Historic Plaques & Markers

Many sites around Niagara have a significantly rich heritage and are marked with memorials and inscriptions to identify key moments, landmarks and people who played a part in Niagara’s history. While touring Niagara’s natural beauty, history is close at hand and accessible with a number of informative plaques telling some fascinating stories. Discover many of these sites off the Niagara Parkway which winds over 60 km alongside the Niagara River and is just a block from Clifton Hill. 

Plaques in the City of Niagara Falls

  • The Battle of Chippawa
  • Battle of Lundy's Lane
  • Church of St. John the Evangelist
  • Church of the Holy Trinity
  • The Destruction of the Caroline, 1837
  • Fort Chippawa, 1791
  • The Founding of Chippawa
  • Louis Hennepin 1626-c.1705
  • Navy Island
  • The Niagara Parks Commission
  • Niagara Portage Road
  • R. Nathaniel Dett Chapel, British Methodist 
  • Episcopal Church
  • Raid on Fort Schlosser 1813
  • Sir Casimir S. Gzowski 1813-1898
  • Toronto Power Generating Station

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