This dynamic visit will take you through the rich history of Niagara Falls. The museum is housed within the old Stamford Town Hall, built in 1874, and has recently been renovated and expanded.
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.
Take a walk through the three beautiful galleries, try on a replica uniform from the War of 1812 – you can even experience the thrill of tightrope walking. With plenty of hands-on exhibits, this is an engaging experience for adults and children alike. An interactive tour delivers an exciting trip through the history of Niagara Falls.
We really enjoyed this museum. Spent about 1-1.5 hours here with our kids (ages 9, 7, and 4). They have a kids 'scavenger' hunt (finding items throughout the museum) and also 1 page activity sheets...
Wasn't what I expected but then again Niagra isn't that old to have much of a history . I find in some years there will be history
Scott Depot, West Virginia
We visited on a Thursday evening when they offered free admission. It was a nice museum that was very informative on the history of the area.