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3 Best Landmarks in Belleville, ON

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GLANMORE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

257 Bridge Street East, Belleville, ON K8N 1P4 Directions

Since 1883

Here’s The Deal:
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Glanmore National Historic Site is maintained by the City of Belleville Corporation and managed by the Department of Parks, Entertainment and Community Services. Ontario's Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries provides funds to maintain this historic site. The museum-home in an 1883 mansion noted for its Second Empire architecture & grand period interiors.The collection of artifacts reflecting the history of the Belleville region."

SPECIALTY:
Candies, Historic Building, Historic Site, Exhibitions, Phillips-Burrows-Faulkner, Manly Macdonald, Museum Souvenirs, Schools Programs, Books, Gift Shop, Guided and Self-Guided Tours, Reception Room, Couldery, Reproduction Toys, Regional Collection, School Visits, Ceramics, Paintings, Antique Furniture & Hand-Made Gifts

Price: Adults $8
Seniors $6.50
Students $6.50
Children (5-12) $4.50
Family Rate (2A/3C) $25

glanmore.ca

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September - May:
Tue - Sun 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Mon Closed
June - August:
Tue - Sun 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Mon Closed

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BELLEVILLE CITY HALL

169 Front Street, Belleville, ON K8N 2Y8 Directions

Since 1873

Here’s The Deal:
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Belleville City Hall, it is the home to Belleville city council. This brick and limestone building is distinguished by its tall Gothic Revival windows on the second floor, a bell-cast mansard roof with dormers, a massive 144-foot clock tower with octagonal buttresses, blind arcades of Gothic columns, four large illuminated clock. The building sits as a centerpiece to a grouping of churches, and major public and commercial buildings . The building originally had only two floors, with the second housing the auditorium and offices for the town."

SPECIALTY:
City Hall, Major Public and Commercial Building, Auditorium, Market, Meeting Rooms, Landmark, Bell-Cast Mansard Roof with Dormers, Massive 144-Foot Clock Tower with Octagonal Buttresses, Four Large Illuminated Clock Faces and Cast Iron Railings, Meeting Rooms, Council Chambers, Mayor & CAO's Offices

belleville.ca/en/index.aspx

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Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Sat & Sun Closed

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BELLEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY AND JOHN M. PARROTT ART GALLERY

254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville, ON K8N 3B1 Directions

Since 1876

Here’s The Deal:
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The Belleville Public Library and John M Parrott Art Gallery have its origins in a Mechanics' Institute operated from 1851 to 1859.The Library and Gallery is a gathering place for the culture that encourages and promotes lifelong learning, advancement, creation and achievement. They strive to meet the educational, recreational and information needs of all Belleville citizens through free and equal access to physical and digital collections. visit their beautiful building in downtown Belleville, built in 2006, with three floors including the art gallery and several meeting spaces. The building is now the new home for the Community Archives of Belleville and Hastings County as well."

SPECIALTY:
Public Library, Events, Children's Library Services, Library Audiovisual Services, Public Access Computers/Tools & Public Internet Access Sites

[email protected]

bellevillelibrary.ca

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Mon - Thu 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
Fri & Sat 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun Closed

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