Fort Erie Museums

Fort Erie Museum

museum buildingHours:
9 am - 5 pm, Sunday - Friday, September - May
9 am - 5 pm, Monday - Sunday, mid July - August
Closed Easter Sunday (April 5, 2015) and
Remembrance Day (Nov. 11, 2015)


Presenting local exhibits including archaeology, community history of Fort Erie and original artwork detailing the Fenian Raids. Local history resources and a gift shop on site.

Located in the former Bertie Township Hall on 402 Ridge Rd. in Ridgeway.

Railway Museum

With a compelling collection of artifacts, railroad paperwork and photographs, learn about the interesting pieces that worked together to build rail lines across the country - from bridges in Niagara Falls to CP Rail boxcars.

21 Warren Street
Fort Erie, ON

Mewinzha Archaeology Gallery

Honouring the First Peoples who lived and worked on this site, the gallery features contemporary Native artwork, and the tools and weapons of the flint-knapping industry dating back 11,000 years.

Hours: 9 am - 4 pm, Monday to Friday; closed statutory holidays  
100 Queen Street (at Central)
Fort Erie, ON

The Bridge that Peace Built Exhibit

Featuring hundreds of photographs of Peace Bridge history, this exhibit was developed by the Fort Erie Museum services with participation by the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society.
Exhibit Information

Battle of Ridgeway outdoor exhibit

Outdoor interpretive displays and panels on site. 

Highway 3 at Ridge Rd.
Fort Erie, ON

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