Laura Secord Homestead
Mackenzie Printery & Newspaper Museum
This ivy-covered museum was where the esteemed William Lyon Mackenzie once edited the hell-raising Colonial Advocate . Enthusiastic...
Queenston Heights Park
In Queenston village, a snoozy historic throwback north of the falls near the Lewiston Bridge to the US, is Queenston Heights Park, a...
Botanical Gardens and Butterfly Conservatory
Entry to the 40 hectares of Botanical Gardens is free, but you'll need tp pay to enter the Butterfly Conservatory , with its more than...
Laura Secord Homestead information
Lonely Planet review
The demure Laura Secord Homestead celebrates a Canadian heroine who lived here during the War of 1812. She's famous for booting it nearly 30km to warn the British soldiers of impending attack by the USA – even though she was a US citizen. The rose garden out front was planted by Laura herself.