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Brock's Monument National Historic Site towers over picturesque Queenston Heights, Ontario. The monument measures 56 metres (185 feet) in height and is the largest monument of its kind in Canada. Situated on the site of the Battle of Queenston...more
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14184 Niagara River Parkway, Queenston, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1L0, Canada
All reviews brock's monument niagara river queenston heights beautiful park canadian history walk up sir isaac brock nice view nice restaurant climb the stairs worth the climb surrounding area trafalgar square small fee national historic site great spot first nations
Whether you like beautiful views or Canadian history, this park is worth the visit. There is a monument to Sir Isaac Brock, plus a monument to the local Indigenous tribes. Lots of walking in a beautiful, treed park setting.
1812 War Hero Major-General Isaac Brock, Commander-in-Chief British forces in Upper Canada stationed at Fort George. The commemerative memorial in Queenston Heights Niagara-on-the Lake stands out amd is worth a look.
There is almost nothing out of place idyllic setting, enormous lake nearby, tree lined avenues. Great people. Blessed weather for about 7-8 months of the year. The city has some get togethers and parties at the monument with catering and wine service. Lots of shops...More
Driving back to Niagara Falls, we stopped at the monument to get a history lesson. We learned a lot about the history of the area and the struggles in the past. The park was beautiful with great views and information about what happened in area....More
On 27th July, both my wife and I visited the Queenston Heights where we visited this Brock 'S monument which is a 56-metre column dedicated to Major General Sir Issac Brock, one of Canada's heroes of the War of 1812.
We stopped off to visit with Brock on the way to Niagara Fallsand ere glad that we did. The monument is quite monumental, they knew how to honour a person in those days. There was lots of information of the plaques and boards around the...More
Brock died here defending Canada from American aggression. His sacrifice and that of others does remind Canadians that we have not always had a cozy relationship with Americans. Vist the monument and pnder how this man died in helping save Canada and our freedom.
We made it to the top! About 235 steps! I’m sure it would’ve been easier about 30 years ago, but we forgot we’re retired now. Lots of sweating, that’s for sure. I’m glad we did it but it was tougher than I thought. If you...More