Eastern Ontario

Opened in 2016, this all-singing, all-dancing interactive center geared toward children brings to life the St Lawrence Seaway, its currents and shipwrecks.

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1. Brockville Railway Tunnel

0.12 MILES

In Armagh S Price Park, diagonally opposite the tourist office, look out for the entrance to Canada's oldest railway tunnel, dating from 1860. Reopened in…

2. Brockville Museum

0.24 MILES

Take a look at the area's history here, where you'll find displays on Brockville's bygone car-building and hat-making industries among other community…

3. Fulford Place

0.88 MILES

This stunning 35-room Edwardian mansion was built in the early 1900s for quack-medicine millionaire George Taylor Fulford, the producer of the 'Pink Pills…

4. Singer Castle

11.35 MILES

This stone castle, on Dark Island in the middle of the St Lawrence River, was built in 1905 by American entrepreneur Frederick Bourne. It's full of secret…

5. Frederic Remington Art Museum

12.06 MILES

The artist Frederic Remington (1861−1909) romanticized the American West in paintings and sculpture, as well as in his illustrations for high-profile…

7. Thousand Islands National Park

12.71 MILES

On the Thousand Islands Pkwy south of Mallorytown, you'll find the Mallorytown Landing Visitors Centre for the Thousand Islands National Park, which…

8. Boldt Castle

20.57 MILES

This lavish turn-of-the-century island castle in the middle of the St Lawrence is only around 25km from Gananoque, but technically in the USA, so you'll…