Activities and experiences
Fort George National Historic Site
Canada’s War of 1812 comes to life inside Fort George, site of a key battle more than 200 years ago. Wander through eight restored buildings, hear military music performed by the 41st Fife and Drum Corps, watch live musket demonstrations and enjoy beautiful views of the mighty Niagara River. Trained interpreters in historical dress share stories of the lives of British soldiers and their families, as well as the fateful day the fort fell to American forces.
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Discover special events, seasonal exhibits, and more in the scheduled calendar of events at Fort George National Historic Site in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Explore Fort George in a private tour with a knowledgeable staff member. Tours include a musket demonstration.
The Fife and Drum Corps at Fort George National Historic Site is a fun volunteer music program for youth ages 10-14.
The 41st Band of Music at Fort George is the only band of its kind in Canada and was created to bring the sound of history to life!
Enjoy walking, running, cycling, and dog walking on paved and unpaved trails in Niagara-on-the-lake. Trails are open year round and are free to use.
Learn about programs available for school groups at Fort George National Historic Site in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.
The Parks Canada Xplorers booklet will help your child get the most out of their visit to Woodside.
The Agora is a unique venue for an event or to have a picnic lunch and spark a connection to the heritage in Niagara.
Parks Canada has two sets of Red Chairs in quiet and scenic locations throughout Fort George National Historic Site.
Take a road trip through history in the Niagara Region as you discover NINE National Historic Sites that were designated by the HSMBC in 1921.
Information on Parks Canada's volunteer program in Southwestern Ontario including joining the Fife and Drum Corps and the outreach team.
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