Plan your visit
Fort George National Historic Site
Fort George is an easy daytrip from urban centres like Toronto and Buffalo (in the U.S.) and is also just 22 kilometres from Niagara Falls, making an ideal detour for visitors looking for an adventure. While the site is open year-round, musical performances and military demonstrations peak during the summer months. Budget a few hours to see the fort, which can be explored independently or on a guided tour.
This Friends of Fort George gift shop focuses on the military and social history of the early 19th century.
Hours of operation
Daily hours of operation, and seasonal opening and closing dates at Fort George National Historic Site in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Corporate programming at Fort George National Historic Site and Navy Hall offers a unique rental experience for large groups seeking a private event space.
Brochures and publications
View or download trip planning tools like brochures and maps for your visit to Fort George.
Prices of admissions to Fort George National Historic Site in Niagara-on-the-Lake including: daily admissions, seasonal passes, and more.
How to get here
51 Queens Parade
Niagara-on-the-Lake ON L0S 1J0
Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW)
Take Glendale Ave/RR-89 via Exit 38B toward NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE
Turn left onto YORK RD/RR-81
Turn right onto AIRPORT RD/RR-90
Turn right onto NIAGARA STONE RD/RR-55
Turn right onto EAST & WEST LINE/RR-85
Turn left onto NIAGARA PKWY
NIAGARA PKWY becomes QUEENS PARADE/RR87
51 QUEENS PARADE
By public transit:
There is no regular public transportation available to the site.
Niagara District Airport, Hamilton International Airport, Buffalo International Airport.
Facilities and services
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