Queenston Heights National Historic Site
Step back in time at Queenston Heights in Niagara. Tour the battlefield grounds, visit the small museum highlighting the early life of Major General Sir Isaac Brock, climb the steps to the top of Brock's Monument and enjoy a view of the Niagara Frontier.
This site is operated by the Friends of Fort George.
Visiting Queenston Heights National Historic Site
Things to do, tour the battlefield, learn about Sir Isaac Brock and the War of 1812 in the museum and climb Brock’s monument.
How to get here, information on picnic facilities, parking and washroom facilities.
About Queenston Heights National Historic Site
Learn more of the history of the battle of Queenston Heights in the War of 1812 and Major-General Sir Isaac Brock.
Queenston Heights National Historic Site is operated by the Friends of Fort George. Find out information about site management and contact information.
Hours of operation
The site is accessible year-round.
Visitor services are available from May to October.
More places to discover with Parks Canada
Discover the history of The War of 1812 by speaking with costumed interpreters, touring historic buildings, and watching demonstrations at Fort George.
Butler’s Barracks is a historic military complex comprised of five wooden buildings located at the edge of the Commons behind the Fort George National Historic Site in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Completed after the War of 1812, the fort and its central tower were located at a strategic position at the mouth of the Niagara River to protect the British/Canadian side of the Niagara frontier and to serve as a counterpoise to Fort Niagara.
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