Originally built in 1874 and housed within the old Stamford Town Hall, Niagara Falls History Museum will take you through the rich history of the city.
The Museum is located just steps from the Drummond Hill Cemetery, the focal point of the Battle of Lundy’s Lane, widely considered to be the bloodiest battle of the War of 1812.
A recent upgrade of the building included the introduction of three beautiful galleries and engaging interactive displays. During your visit, you get the opportunity to try on a replica uniform from the War of 1812, walk on a tightrope, and much more. With plenty of hands-on exhibits, this is an exciting experience for adults and children alike.
We visited this place on June 30. We didn't park our car on the street. We used the Wego Green and Red Line buses. It is a small museum with a film and exhibits about the War of 1812 and the history...
Exhibit on the war of 1812 and history of the Niagara area Self guided Allow about an hour The video is too long and “artsy” A nice diversion
It is a nice and has interesting exhibitions. Me, my wife and the kids enjoyed so much the 1812 section which was designed in a great way where you can enjoy a short video showing recreated scenes...