Here's a guide to visiting Fort Erie
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The Buffalo-Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority in partnership with the Town of Fort Erie, Fort Erie Museum Services and the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre have produced this gallery as the centrepiece of the lobby of the Peace Bridge Administration Building.
Visitors are invited to step back in time and experience the romance and the reality of the railway era, examining the exhibitions housed in the waiting room of Ridgeway Station, or exploring the station’s telegraph office. Those seeking a little more adventure can explore the interior of the 1944 CN 79138 caboose or climb into the engine cab of 6218, the last steam engine to carry passengers along the rails in Canada. The Fort Erie Railroad Museum is open daily, 9am – 5pm, from Victoria Day through Labour Day.
Widely regarded as one of North America's most picturesque race tracks, Fort Erie is also filled with racing traditions. Great Canadian champions have raced at the "Fort", providing race enthusiasts with thrills and life long memories. From its beginnings in 1897, Fort Erie Race Track has always been a special place. Its beauty has been well documented with aesthetics second to none.
What You See on Your Niagara Tour Located in the historic building that formerly served as Bertie Township Hall, the Fort Erie Historical Museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting local history through permanent and temporary exhibitions as well as a publicly accessible archive. The Museum’s gift shop features publications and other merchandise related to local history topics. The Museum is open 9am – 5pm, Sunday through Friday, September to May and daily in June, July and August. The Museum is located at 402 Ridge Road, Ridgeway, Ontario. Contact the Historical Museum or any of the sites listed below at (905) 894-5322, by email at email@example.com or on the web at www.museum.forterie.ca