Brockville Tourism


Brockville is considered the eastern gateway to the 1000 Islands and is one of the oldest and most charming cities in Ontario. Brockville, known as "the City of the 1000 Islands" attracts visitors from around the world looking to spend some time in the world famous 1000 Islands and on the St. Lawrence River.

The Aquatarium
The Aquatarium is an interactive, learning and discovery center is located at the foot of the Tall Ships Landing and at the base of Broad Street in the heart of Brockville. At the Aquatarium, a variety of interactive adventures and experiences inspire critical thinking through storytelling and play while cultivating an appreciation of the unique history, culture and ecosystems of the 1000 Islands region. Spark your imagination with a visit to the Aquatarium!

1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises
Boat cruising in the world famous 1000 Islands
Of course, no visit to Brockville would be complete without a cruise of the world famous 1000 Islands. Departing from Block House Island in the City's historic downtown, 1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises operates a fleet of boats offering a close-up view of the Islands. Choose from a variety of traditional Sightseeing, Dining and Entertainment cruises, a safe, family fun adventure for all ages.

Brockville Arts Centre
World Class Venue - World Class Entertainment
Treat yourself to a show in one of Canada's finest heritage theatres. The Brockville Arts Centre presents a wide variety of top quality live entertainment year round. The 710 seat theatre is located in historic downtown Brockville. This popular venue is well known for its friendly staff, big stage, comfortable seating, state of the art sound system and exceptional acoustics.

  • Hours of Operation : 10:00am-5:00pm
  • Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

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