British Methodist Episcopal Church, Salem Church
92 Geneva Street, St. Catharines
The BME Church at 92 Geneva St. marks a terminus of the Underground Railroad and was home to its most famous conductor, Harriet Tubman. This national historic site was built in 1855. Call ahead for tours.
Lakeside Park Carousel
1 Lakeport Road, St. Catharines
Where the magic lasts a lifetime! Visit Lakeside Park in Port Dalhousie off Lakeport Road and enjoy a ride on the Carousel for only a nickel. Birthday parties and wedding photo bookings are also available in advance.
Call us or visit our webpage for more information. Open Victoria Day Weekend (May) until Thanksgiving Weekend (October).
Mayholme Genealogical and Historical Research Centre
525 Ontario Street, St. Catharines
Located in a heritage house at 525 Ontario Street, the foundation provides assistance and printed materials for family and local history research. The building contains a library and archive related to St Catharines and the Niagara Region.
2710 DeCew Road, St. Catharines
A picturesque heritage site owned by the City of St. Catharines and operated by the Friends of Morningstar Mill. Located at Decew Falls, the site backs onto the Bruce Trail and is a popular picnic and photo location for local residents and visitors.
Mill Open May - October. Call for hours.
St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre at Lock 3
1932 Welland Canals Parkway, St. Catharines
The most popular place to watch ships as they navigate one of the world’s engineering marvels – the Welland Canal. Observe these
giants from the observation deck or from the 2nd floor Lock View Lounge. During your visit to the site, take time to explore the Museum’s exhibition galleries where local history is brought to life. The outdoor Discovery Park provides an added opportunity to soak up the local history or to just enjoy a picnic in the tranquil surroundings. 9am-5pm daily. Wheelchair accessible.