Culture & Recreation >> Museums, Heritage & History

Museum


 

Fort Erie's Museums care for a base of knowledge that belongs to the future; help create a strong and proud community by celebrating our shared heritage; and help satisfy the intellectual needs of the community. 

 

Fort Erie Museum Services operates four sites: the Fort Erie Historical Museum, the Fort Erie Railway Museum, the Battle of Ridgeway Memorial Park Site, Mewinzha: First Nations Gallery.

 

Museums & Locations

Historical Museum

402 Ridge Rd
Ridgeway, Ontario
905-894-5322

Open: Daily 9am to 5pm.

Open: Civic long weekend & Labor Day

Railway Museum

400 Central Ave

(N. of Gilmore Road)
Fort Erie, Ontario

 

Open: Daily, 9am to 5pm (May 19-Sep. 3)

NEW HOURS: Weekends (Saturday & Sunday) 9am to 5pm from September 8-31.

Battle of Ridgeway outdoor exhibit

Highway 3 at Ridge Rd
Fort Erie, Ontario

Outdoor interpretive displays and  panels on site - Open year round

Mewinzha Archaeology Gallery

100 Queen Street (at Central) Fort Erie

Open Mon. to Fri. 9-4:00, closed statutory holidays.

The Bridge That Peace Built Exhibit

100 Queen Street (at Central) Fort Erie

Open Mon. to Fri. 9-4:00, closed statutory holidays.

 

For more information call (905) 894-5322