The history of the thousand Islands region all in one location and very tastefully done.... admission is by donation
We had 2 hours to wait for our boat cruise. We prefferred to visit this museum just accross the Boat Line's ticket office. Admission is by voluntary donation. It means free if you don't donate. The museum is very informative about The war of 1812 and the history of St. Lawrence region and Bicentennial Alliance. After our visit to the... More
Went to Canada to go to the museum. Clean, clearly marked exhibits. Donations-no set price for summer of 2012. The upstairs had much more interesting and colorful exhibits than down stairs. They had a video on Boldt Castle running on a loop. Well thought out and accurate. Cute gift shop with a great selection. Would recommend.
Well done local museum,with interactive displays about the local area. The current feature is about the war of 1812.
The effort that is being put in to upgrading this museum will increase the value of it's displays and artifacts. What is in place is informative and well-presented. I look forward to returning to see the progress and hopefully upgrade my rating. Keep up the good work.
Enjoyed visit to museum. Staff friendly, helpful and knowledgable. Grandchildren learnt a lot and we spent an hour looking round. Would have liked to have stayed longer. Hoping to go again. Would recommend a visit.
Be sure to see this incredible exhibit at the Arthur Child Museum in Gananoque, a very powerful statment to what "beautiful" represents in the REAL World. Over 100 individual stories connected to stunning pieces of art.....all on the shores of the St. Lawrence River! Loved it!
If you own or manage Arthur Child Heritage Museum, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing