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Brock University LogoSpecial Collections and Archives, James A. Gibson Library, Brock University
Possessing an extensive collection of Niagara related resources, the Special Collections and Archives in the Brock University Library naturally has impressive holdings of War of 1812 era records and publications among its materials.
Niagara Historical Society & Museum LogoNiagara Historical Society & Museum
Collecting, Preserving and Presenting the stories of Niagara-on-the-Lake since 1896. The Museum houses one of Ontario's most important local history collection. The permanent exhibition, 'Our Story', chronicles the history of Niagara-on-the-Lake from Native history to today. Our temporary exhibitions gallery is housed in Memorial Hall, Ontario's first museum building.
Jordan Historical MuseumJordan Historical Museum Logo
The Jordan Historical Museum features an 1815 Pennsylvania Mennonite house, an 1859 school house, and an exhibit gallery with a special collection of fraktur folk art. We are located on an acre of beautiful grounds overlooking the Twenty Valley, in the heart of historic Jordan Village.
RiverBrink Art MuseumRiverBrink Art Museum
Located in Queenston, RiverBrink Art Museum houses the approximate 1,000 historical art works and extensive library assembled by its founder, Samuel E. Weir, Q.C. (1898-1981). The Canadian works (with particular emphasis on the Niagara region) and works from Britain, France and the United States are featured in exhibitions which change annually.
District School Board of NiagaraDistrict School Board of Niagara Logo
The District School Board of Niagara provides progressive programs for all students delivered by dedicated professional staff. The Board is focused on literacy and numeracy achievement to create an collaborative. Schools and staff provide innovative programs to address the needs of all students.
Our OntarioOur Ontario Logo
A service of Knowledge Ontario, develops leading-edge technologies designed to make Ontario digital content discoverable to a global audience. Our Ontario search and display capabilities take advantage of the latest web developments to engage online users in new and innovative ways. Collaborating with a diverse group of community and academic organizations, Our Ontario provides a sustainable framework for digitization projects, ensuring that collections are shared and made available for today's digital generation.
Grimsby MuseumGrimsby Museum Logo
"Open Our Door to Grimsby's Past". The Grimsby Museum houses over 10,000 objects, documents and photographs relating to the history of the community. The Museum's exhibition spaces include annual displays on the history of Grimsby from its settlement in 1787 onwards and temporary themed exhibitions throughout the year.
Port Colborne Historical & Marine Museum and Heritage VillagePort Colborne Historical & Marine Museum and Heritage Village Logo
The Port Colborne Historical & Marine Museum and Heritage Village is the focal point of many special events throughout the year. The Museum interprets and exhibits the history of Port Colborne and the Welland Canal. The Village includes an outdoor Marine Park, a 1861 Georgian- revival style Home, a 1870 Carriage House, Humberstone's first 1935 Log Schoolhouse, the 1844 Sherk Log House, a 1880 Marine Blacksmith Shop and a 1915 Edwardian Cottage which is the home of Arabella's Tea Room. The Museum is the home of Canada's Century Car, the 1901 Neff Steam Buggy. Open daily 12-5, May to December, Free Admission.
Museums of Niagara AssociationMuseums of Niagara Association Logo
Since the mid 1970's, the Museums of Niagara Association has been set up as an organization dedicated to the common interests of museums, art galleries, and other heritage-related institutions in the Niagara Region. Our goals are; to increase expertise of members by sharing information and knowledge and by providing relevant training and professional development where possible, and to foster an attitude and demeanor of professionalism among members; to establish regular communications between members; to provide an avenue for collective representation and advocacy to address common concerns; to foster and develop partnerships beyond the museum and arts community and to work on collective marketing and promotional initiatives.