Content for class "main-content" Goes Hereedit 1

War of 1812 National Historic Sites in Ontario

More than 30 National Historic Sites document the dramatic history of the War of 1812-1814 throughout the province, including forts, battlefields, naval yards, even sunken ships.

Amherstburg Navy Yard
Amherstburg
Western Region

Battle Hill
Longwoods Road, Wardsville
Western Region

Battle of Beaver Dams
Davis Road, Thorold
Central Region

Battle of Chippawa
Chippawa
Central Region

Battle of Cook's Mills
Welland
Central Region

Battle of Crysler's Farm
Morrisburg
Eastern Region

Battle of Lundy's Lane
Niagara Falls
Central Region

Battle of Stoney Creek
Stoney Creek
Central Region

Battlefield of Fort George
Niagara-on-the-Lake
Central Region

Bridge Island / Chimney Island
Chimney Island
Eastern Region

Burlington Heights
Hamilton
Central Region

Butler's Barracks
John Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Central Region

Fairfield On the Thames
14878 Longwoods Road, R.R. #3, Bothwell
Western Region

Fort Drummond
Queenston Heights Park, Queenston
Central Region

Fort Erie
Niagara Falls
Central Region

Fort Frontenac
Kingston
Eastern Region

Fort George
Niagara Parkway, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Central Region

Fort Henry
Kingston
Eastern Region

Fort Malden
Amherstburg
Western Region

Fort Mississauga
Niagara-on-the-Lake
Central Region

Fort Norfolk
Turkey Point
Western Region

Fort St. Joseph
Richards Landing
Northern Region 

Fort Wellington
VanKoughnet Street, Prescott
Eastern Region

Fort York
100 Garrison Road, Toronto
Central Region

Francois Baby House
354 Pitt Street West, Windsor
Western Region

Frenchman's Creek
Fort Erie
Central Region

Glengarry Landing
Edenvale
Western Region

Hamilton and Scourge
Lake Ontario, Hamilton
Central Region

Kingston Navy Yard
13-83 Valour Drive, Kingston
Eastern Region

Nanticoke
Nanticoke
Western Region

Point Frederick Buildings
Royal Military College, Kingston
Eastern Region

Port Stanley   
Port Stanley
Western Regio

Queenston Heights
Queenston
Central Region

Vrooman's Battery
Niagara-on-the-Lake
Central Region

 

 


return to top