Museums & Interpretive Centres
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 Willoughby Historical Museum

The Willoughby Historical Museum is located along the beautiful Niagara Parkway facing out towards the Niagara River. A short distance across the river, one can see the United States. British-Canadian forces fought a violent battle against American troops+

 Welland Canals Centre at Lock 3

From the elevated viewing platform at Lock 3, get a close-up look at ships from around the world and experience the wonder of the Welland Canal. Inside, watch the 15 minute video presentation Welland Canals Past and Present and learn more about the four W+

 Sullivan Mahoney Courthouse Theatre

The Sullivan Mahoney Courthouse Theatre accommodates mainly an acting group called the Carousel Players but in addition to that other local theatre, dance and music groups.+

 St. Catharines Museum at Lock 3

The purpose of the museum is to collect, preserve, research, and exhibit and interpret artifacts and archival records, along with their associated information relative to the history of St. Catharines and the Welland Canals for the education and enjoyment+

 Sean O'Sullivan Theatre

The Sean O"Sullivan Theatre is located inside Brock University. The theatre seats 553 people and hosts various theatrical events.+

 Royal George Theatre

Today, the Royal George Theatre is one of the theatres involved in the Shaw Festival The Royal George theatre holds a variety of the Shaw Festival"s musicals and mystery shows. The theatre seats 200 people.+

 Niagara Military Museum

The Niagara Military Museum is located on Victoria Avenue in Niagara Falls. It was officially opened on November 3, 2012.

The museum was constructed to increase awareness of one segment of Canadian history – the time period around World W+

 Niagara Historical Society Museum

Established in 1895, the Niagara Historical Society is dedicated to understanding the history of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The most important aspect of the work of the Society is the maintenance of the Museum collection which began in 1896 and is one of Ontari+

 Niagara Falls History Museum

Take a step back into time...discover original artifacts and fascinating stories from Niagara"s past at the Niagara Falls History Museum (formerly the Lundy"s Lane Historical Museum). Exhibitions reflect the unique and varied history of the City, with par+

 Niagara Apothecary

Functioned as an apothecary from 1820 to 1964. Features Victorian Architecture; restored to look circa 1869.

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 Morningstar Mill Living Museum Park (Mountain Mills Museum)

Morningstar Mill is a fully restored nineteenth-century gristmill, and the only operating water powered mill in the Niagara Peninsula. It has been restored to working order by a dedicated nonprofit group called the Friends of the Morningstar Mill. It is t+

 Mackenzie Printery & Newspaper Museum

Step back in time and try your hand at setting type and working one of eight operating presses. Qualified staff provide guided tours, and there are interesting demonstrations and opportunities to "try it yourself". Working hot metal typecasters will cast +

 Laura Secord Homestead

From this modest homestead in the town now known as Queenston, Laura Ingersoll Secord made her famous 32 kilometre (20 mile) trek to DeCew House in Thorold to warn the British forces of an impending invasion by the American militia. The Laura Secord Homes+

 Jordan Historical Museum

Overlooking treetops rising from the banks of the Twenty Mile Creek valley, the Jordan Historical Museum sits in the heart of the historic settlement of Jordan. The park-like setting, studded with the headstones of an old cemetery, boasts two very special+

 Grimsby Museum

The Grimsby Museum was established in 1984 to serve the community as an integral part of the cultural life of Grimsby and the surrounding area. This facility includes exhibition galleries which interpret the history of the Town including the area"s prehis+

 Festival Theatre

The Festival Theatre is a proscenium-arch theatre that seats 869 people. Each grand season debut is located in the Festival Theatre, every May. This theatre is the Shaw"s flagship theatre in which it puts on its large scale shows. The building houses a Ca+

 Court House Theatre

The Court House Theatre is a national historic site. This theatre is also known for being one of the theatres involved in the Shaw Festival. The upper level of the building features an auditorium, seating 327 people, integrated with a thrust stage.+

 Ball's Falls Centre for Conservation

Built in 2007 the Ball"s Falls Centre for Conservation is a natural history gallery, hosts workshops and programmes, and is in a beautiful natural setting for special events.Built to be an educational showcase for conserving energy and water, the building+