Historic Sites

When you visit Prescott/Brockville, artists, art lovers and guests will not be disappointed by the  museum, cultural and arts offerings, with something for everyone at our area.
St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival
The Brockville Arts Centre
Art in the City
Film Brockville
Marianne Van Silfhout Gallery
The Brockville Museum
Tour Fulford Place National Historic Site

and you also can drive just 30 mins to Upper Canada village and 45 mins to Ottawa to enjoy even more.

Fort Wellington

Fort Wellington National Historic Site is a historic military fortification located on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River at Prescott, Ontario.Wikipedia
Address: 370 Vankoughnet St, Prescott, ON K0E 1T0, Canada

Open today · 10AM–5PM
Cornwall Brothers Store

Cornwall Brothers Store and Museum

36 Market St.
Alexandria Bay, NY 13607

Phone: 315-482-4586

Local history museum in a historic 1866 stone general store building, with changing exhibits about river life, boating and local communities. Gift shop with regional books and gifts. Gallery presentations and special events in July and August.

Operation Season: May – September

Brockville Museum

5 Henry St.
Brockville, ON K6V 6M4

Phone: 613-342-4397

Brockville’s history is one of prominent manufacturers, formidable wealth, fascinating historical figures and vivacious ordinary people, interconnected by a dynamic river. Come and discover our past in historic downtown Brockville. Open Victoria Day-Labour Day: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm & Sun 1pm-5pm; Winter Season: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm.

Operation Season: Year-Round

Fulford Place Museum

287 King St. E.
Brockville, ON K6V 1E1

Phone: 613-498-3003

Tour this Edwardian mansion filled with period artifacts owned by two generations of the Fulford family.  Learn about the family patent medicine business, enjoy their beautiful art and collectibles, or stroll in the Italianate garden. Open daily during July and August; limited hours in fall, winter & spring – please call for information on hours. On-site gift shop with a variety of items. Tearoom open in summer – call for reservations. Spaces available to rent for events.

Operation Season: Year-Round

Fort Henry National Historic Site

1 Fort Henry Dr.
Kingston, ON K7K 5G8

Phone: 613-542-7388
Toll Free: 800-437-2233

Part of Ontario’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sunset Ceremonies are offered on Wednesday evenings (8:30 p.m. start) in July and August plus a number of other special events throughout the year. Fort Henry’s regular season is from May  through August with the fall program running in September. Don’t forget to visit us in the fall for Fort Fright on select nights in October and November. It’s six weeks of ghoulish fun!

Operation Season: May – October

Homewood Museum

1372 Highway 2
Maitland, ON K0E 1P0

Phone: 613-498-3003

Built in 1799-1800, this grand two story house reflects the aspirations and accomplishments of six generations of the Jones family, Loyalists who arrived in eastern Ontario in 1784. Take an informative guided tour, learn about the family’s history and accomplishments, and view period rooms with original furnishings and decor – from textiles and photographs to porcelain and furniture.

Open June-August 30th, Wednesday – Sunday 10am-4pm.

Operation Season: June – August