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The Best Landmarks in Belleville

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Belleville, ON. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

BILLA FLINT HOUSE

180 Coleman Street, Belleville, ON K8P 3H3

Since 1835

Historical Landmark, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Brick House & Historical Site

The two storey brick house with a three bay facade with the entrance in the left-hand bay - There was only one entrance on the south side of the main block originally

belleville.ca/heritage-propertie...

This house is also an historical site as well as abandoned by the city and has been for years, The front doorway opening was obviously wide enough for side lights but the sides have been narrowed with modern brick. Investigation inside shows that these side spaces were blind; perhaps occupied by panelling or more likely by half-columns. The roof shows four thick places in the parapet ends, like the bases of chimneys, but no trace of flues visible in the rooms.

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BELLEVILLE CITY HALL

169 Front Street, Belleville, ON K8N 2Y8

Since 1873

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

The building was designed by local architect John D. Evans and built by contractor John Forin - It is one of a very few public buildings of its period designed in the High Victorian Gothic Revival style

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Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Sat & Sun Closed

Very nice building. Well maintained and renovated to be our City Hall. I love the center area where you can see all the light and the floors above. Most things are handled on the first floor with a very short flight of stairs to get there. Farmers Market 3 days a week really does bring people into the downtown area. Now we just need a way to revitalize the downtown other shops and services as the center core of our city is moving to the Bell Blvd location with all the stores and shops.

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GLANMORE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

257 Bridge Street East, Belleville, ON K8N 1P4

Since 1883

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

Free Admission: Children Under 5 - Second Empire Style Architecture - The museum houses an estimated 20,000 artifacts - The grand interior features beautiful hand-painted ceilings and ornate woodwork

Price: Adults $6.00, Seniors $5.00, Students $5.00 & Children (5-12) $3.50

mwakeling@city.belleville.on.ca

glanmore.ca

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

What a perfect finish to a great day with 7 of us being taken on a tour of Glanmore with Melissa as our guide; I felt though I was getting a sneak-peek into the lives of the Phillips family and how they lived in this grand home that is now a museum. From the grand entrance, to their Couldery Collection they had me totally captivated, and enjoying the history of a home originally owned by a very wealthy banker. For sure, a must see when you’re visiting Belleville, Ontario.

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