Culture & Recreation

Leeds Grenville is a natural wonderland with a rich heritage. It has numerous conservation areas and parks to explore. There are many great escapes throughout the region, many of which are listed here for your perusal. For history buffs and people wanting to learn more about the area's rich culture, both past and present, museums speckle the landscape .

Bike Race

Theatres

Arts Centre

Brockville Arts Centre, on King Street in Brockville. 1-877-342-7122.  This historic theatre was completely remodelled in 2009

Gananoque playhouse logo.jpgThousand Islands Playhouse, located in Gananoque, (613) 382-7020 or (866) 382-7020

Joshua Bates Centre, a performing arts facility located on Main Street in Athens

St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival logo.jpgSt. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival, outdoor theatre overlooking the St. Lawrence River in Prescott.

 

Museums

Township of Athens and Area Heritage Museum, Municipal Building on Main Street in Athens, 613-924-9994

Brockville's Brockville Museum, and Fulford Place National Historic Site

Delta Mill Museum, Old Stone Mill National Historic Site, Delta

Arthur Child Heritage Museum, Gananoque

Lyn Heritage Place Museum, Lyn

Blockhouse Museum, Merrickville

Homewood Museum, Maitland

Fort Wellington National Historic Site (Parks Canada), Forwarders' Museum and Visitor's Information Centre (613-925-1861) on Water Street (visit www.prescott.ca) and Windmill National Historic Site, Prescott

Spencerville Mill, Spencerville

Rideau District Museum, Westport 

Lockmasters House Museum, Chaffey's Lock