Whether you want to explore Canada's largest museum, or are searching for an intimate art gallery, Ontario has something to match every interest from military history to pioneer villages to art. Learn about the history of shoes, or check out a Victorian mansion. Stare in awe at the creativity of our artists, from aboriginal to Group of Seven to those from outside the province or country, to those who lived in centuries past. Whatever your passion, you'll find a place to catch your eye in Ontario.

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Fort George National Historic Site

51 Queen’s Parade , Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

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Step back in time! See soldiers fire muskets and witness authentic training manoeuvres. Visit the oldest military building in Ontario and speak with costumed interpreters. Listen to the sounds of the Fife and Drum Corps. While here, take a walk on our Heritage Tails in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake.   » More

Military Communications And Electronics Museum

95 Craftsman Blvd , Kingston, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

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Displaying the history of Canadian military communications and electronics from the early days of confederation to the present day. The museum also contains a large vehicle gallery, a German ENIGMA machine and three of the original 1/2 scale models used to design the Vimy Ridge Memorial. Open from 11-5, 7 days a week from May 5- September 4.   » More

Museums Of Burlington

Joseph Brant Museum - 1240 North Shore Blvd. E. , Ireland House at Oakridge Farm - 2168 Guelph Line, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

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The Museums of Burlington include two of the city’s heritage destinations, Ireland House Museum (built in 1837) and Joseph Brant Museum (redesigned and re-opened in 2019). Join us for tours, special exhibitions, and programming for all ages. Burlington's story starts here.   » More

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