The Best Landmarks in Brantford

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Brantford, 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!


34 Myrtleville Drive, Brantford, ON N3V 1C2

Since 1837

Museum, Landmarks, Historical Places, Tours, School Groups, Picnic or Outdoor Playtime, Camps, Education Programs, Field Trips, Outreach Programs, Special Events, Community Engaging Activities, Room/Property Rental, Group Tours, Wedding, Summer Vacation, Indoor & Outdoor Spaces

Admission: By Donation - It is happy to arrange a custom museum visit for up to 50 people - Offer a variety of field trips and outreach programs to provide an interactive, cross curricular activity to your students

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat Sun Closed

Worth visiting if you're a history geek...
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Wellington Street, Brantford, ON N3T 2L9

Since 1852

Landmark, Historical Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Court-House, Court Rooms, County Offices & Law Library

Designed by John Turner and William Sinon and erected by the Provisional County of Brant, the stone and brick building

Mon - Sun Open 24 hours

The centre block fa├žade has two clusters of simple Doric columns rising from the second floor and supporting a triangular pediment. Identical pediments are repeated over each of the wings. The court-house faces Victoria Square, one of Ontario's most impressive public squares.
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94 Tutela Heights Road, Brantford, ON N3T 1A1

Since 1877

Landmarks, Events and Programs, Tour, Special Events, Educational Programs, Children's Day Camps, Birthday Party, Birthday Parties, Research Resources, Weddings, Flower and Herb Gardens, Adult Group Presentations, Household Activities, Washroom Facilities, Picnic Area & Audio-Visual Presentations

The approximately 4-hectare (1012 acre) site has been largely restored to its appearance when the Bells lived there in the 1870's - 45,000 people visiting the site annually through to the mid-1980's

Mon - Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm Sun Closed

The Bell family moved to Brantford from Scotland. This their first home , and now it is a museum, and it has a lovely restaurant. My sorority group went their for our Christmas get together, and it was wonderful. The atmosphere was festive and we were treated well. The food was great, as it always is. I have eaten there before for lunch and years ago we did the same thing. This is where people can see what was like for the Bells. Much of the furniture there is from their era of the late 1800's.

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