Bell Homestead National Historic Site is one of the best landmarks in Brantford. It is also known as Melville House, where scientist Alexander Graham Bell conducted his earliest experiments and later invented the telephone. The site is approximately 4-hectare, which has mainly been restored for its appearance. By 1996, the Henderson Home building was added to the Homestead and the house was named a National Historic Site. Bell Homestead National Historic offers various activities and special events to enjoy year-round, including tours, cafe & museum stores, educational trips, day camps, birthday parties, drop-in activities, rentals and more. Bell Homestead was restored with three historical buildings and an eclectic collection of original Bell family artifacts. The house also offers free admission for children and teachers, chaperones and EA's are free. Moreover, programs are led by the museum’s Education Coordinator. Free parking is available at Bell Homestead National Historic Site.
Virtual: $50 (on sale until January 31, 2022 for only $25.00!)
Half-day visit (we come to you): $6.50
Full-day (we come to you): $12.50
1pm - 4pm
Mon & Sun: Closed