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Prescott, Ontario

The Forwarders’ Museum tells the story of the first roads, stagecoaches, wagons, ferries and railroads, and explores the building of canals. The Battle of the Windmill National Historic Site commemorates the 1838 Rebellion Battle. Fort Wellington, a National Historic Park, reflects the year 1846 in both its building and staff dressed in period costume. Fort Wellington also plays host to several annual cultural events, including the Celtic Festival, the Naval Gun Run, and Shakespeare in the Park.

Throughout the warmer months, scuba divers explore a wealth of historic wrecks in crystal clear waters. In winter, outdoor enthusiasts enjoy miles of well-groomed snowmobile trails and the Prescott Frost Festival, featuring skating and dog sled races.

 

Prescott Tourism (Chamber of Commerce)

PO Box 2000
Prescott, Ontario K0E 1T0
Directions/Location: PO Box 2000 (Chamber of Commerce) PO Box 160, 360 Dibble St. West (Town Hall)
Chamber of Commerce Ph:: 613-925-1861

Town Hall Ph:: 613-925-2812
Email: tourism@prescott.ca
Website: http://www.prescott.ca

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