Niagara Falls History Museum

A modern way to journey through the past

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.

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5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 1S9, Canada

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Ranked #24 of 110 things to do in Niagara Falls

obadab2019

Windsor, Canada

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Niagara Falls museum is great. I recommend visiting. I learned so much from the staff. Ask for Jonathan, he is going to answer all of your questions related to the topic. In both languages; French...

happy4travel

Northern California

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There’s a great place to visit near Niagara Falls. Definitely worth the time, We enjoyed it immensely. Our friends raved about it. Niagara Falls History Museum was really amazing. The arts are very...

pepe574

Metro Minneapolis-saint Paul, Minnesota

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Three separate areas to view and explore. Admittance fee is $5.00 US money per person .Parking is an additional amount of $1.25 for an hour. I enjoyed this as it gave me the history to the area...

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