Canada's first Railway Tunnel
A tunnel is not a tunnel, unless you can go through it!
The revitalized Brockville Railway Tunnel is now open daily from 9:00am to 9:00pm up to September 30.
The Brockville Museum is home to exhibits and displays on Brockville's industrial and social past, focused primarily on the themes "Made in Brockville" and "The People of Brockville". Our exhibition schedule includes temporary* and travelling exhibits in addition to our more permanent displays.
*“My Story, My Tattoo” from the Wellington County Museum and Archives – May 18-September 2, 2019
Tattoos are living images that reveal important stories about our residents, our community and the tattoo phenomenon. My Story, My Tattoo features 32 thought-provoking images and stories about their amazing tattoos.
After 179 years, the Brockville’s Farmers’ market is found on Market Street West. While it may be smaller in area, it still boasts 51 market stalls selling everything from fresh picked fruits and vegetables, to maple syrup, crafts and flowers. It has become a major attraction for both locals and visitors alike.
Fulford Place is the start of the 20th century mansion home of Senator George Taylor Fulford, a Canadian businessman and politician. The home is now a historic house museum reflecting Edwardian period decorations, and is operated by the Ontario Heritage Trust. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1992.
Aquatarium at Tall Ships Landing
The Aquatarium offer a variety of interactive adventures and experiences that inspire critical thinking through storytelling and play while cultivating an appreciation of the unique history, culture and ecosystems of the 1000 Islands of Ontario region.
Brockville is pleased to once again be a part of the TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE® Great Lakes 2019 Series from August 30-September 1. This tour takes place in our region every three years and Brockville has been taking part since 2013. Tall ships, including the Bluenose II, and other watercraft line the waterfront and the harbour while entertainment and vendors will be set up on land.
No visit to Eastern Ontario would be complete without a cruise of the world-famous 1000 Islands!
Rob, Joe and Laura are the founders of King’s Lock Craft Distillery. We created the company on the basis that distilling spirits in small batches in a pot still creates a spirit that has more body, flavor and less conjugers than other methods.