What was it like when the Americans advanced on the British in 1812? Follow the historical markers to find out in full. Be sure to stand under the impressive Copper Beech Tree and visit the gravesite of Laura Secord, famous to most Canadians.
Neat place to see, but we went in March when it was hard to really see it for what it is worth. I am intrigued though to go back.
This cemetery, tucked in behind a church, was the site of the bloodiest battle of the war of 1812. The cemetery/battlefield is on a slight hill, where, on 25 July 1814 1800 British troops faced 1000...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Interesting place to visit only a few blocks from our hotel, which the staff mentioned to me, well worth a visit to an important battlefield, interesting signage but google got me more.