Step back in time and learn about our exciting heritage attractions: Old Fort Erie, Laura Secord Homestead, McFarland House and Mackenzie Printery.
Step Back In Time with Niagara Parks Heritage. Niagara begins here. Learn more about First Nations history, the blazing battles of the War of 1812, our role as a last stop on the Underground Railroad, and so much more at each of our heritage sites on the Niagara Parkway.
Old Fort Erie
Travel to the edge of the Niagara River in Fort Erie to experience the sights and sounds of a fort under siege at this War of 1812 National Historic Site.
The restored home of rebel publisher William Lyon Mackenzie reveals 500 years of printing technology, amid the authentic ambience of a period print shop. Plaques & Markers
Over 100 monuments and plaques that identify the landmarks, events and persons important to the history of the region are placed along the Niagara Parkway.
Battle of Chippawa
Niagara Parks acquired the site of the Battle of Chippawa in 1995 and has preserved 300 acres of this pristine battlefield, the last remaining site from the War of 1812.
On August 6, 1918, a dumping scow broke loose from its towing tug about 1.6 km upriver with two men aboard. A unique artifact of Niagara Falls history, the wreckage remains lodged in the upper Niagara River, over 100 years later.
Laura Secord Homestead
Costumed interpreters provide guided tours of this historic home throughout the day and host several special events during the holiday season.
Costumed interpreters provide guided tours of this historic home throughout the season and host several special events during the holidays.
Niagara Falls Explorer Pass
Please check their Website for updates and ongoing details.
Ontario Re-Visited Video Adventure Series
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