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 Amherstburg Doll and Costume Exhibit

The Gordon House is home to Amherstburg's Doll and Costume Exhibit, beginning February 1, 2019.  Authentic costumes and quality and museum standard dolls will be curated into themed exhibits, where their story comes to life!  Quality and museum standard .  Learn about world culture at this newest attraction. Not to be missed!


For information call 519-730-1309
The Gordon House, 268 Dalhousie

Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4pm and weekend hours will be extended from May to September.

 Amherstburg Freedom Museum

Amherstburg Freedom Museum

The Museum Complex, (consisting of a log cabin, 160-year-old church built by escaped slaves, and exhibited artifacts), preserves our region's Black Heritage from African origins to the present day.  There is a focus on the Underground Railroad movement, Canadian Black settlement, and the accomplishments of people of African origin.   

For hours of operation, contact the Amherstburg Freedom Museum 519-736-5433 or Toll Free 1-800-713-6336, or visit

277 King Street Amherstburg Canada N9V 2C7



(Amherstburg Provincial Marine Group)

King's Navy Yard Park

The Commissariat was built in 1831 as an office for the Commissariat Department at Fort Malden. In 2002 the Commisariat opened as an interpretive Centre for the Provincial Marine Amherstburg Reenactment Unit.  Now open for public and school tours with "hands on" activities explaining the life and times of the Provincial Marine and the history of the Battle of Lake Erie.

For hours of operation please call 519-736-5605

More information can be found by clicking here 

214 Dalhousie St. Amherstburg Canada N9V 1W6

 Fort Malden National Historic Site

Fort Malden Reenactors

Visitors can step back in time and get a glimpse of what military life was like almost 200 years ago. The Fort played an important role in both the War of 1812 and the Rebellion of 1837. The site, located along the Detroit River, includes original earthworks, restored barracks and an interactive museum.

For hours of operation, contact Fort Malden at 519 736-5416 or visit

 Park House Museum

Park House Museum

Take a trip back into the Victorian Era at the Park House. This 1790's home, restored to the early 1850's, tells the story of well-to-do family of the period and is also home to the Park House Tinsmith's. Tin ware and period crafts available in the gift shop.

For hours of operation call 519-736-2511 or visit