Opening Day

May 19th

The historic house itself will be closed for the 2018 season for restoration work. The house is only one component of the visitor offer at Bellevue House National Historic Site. The site will remain open with interpretive programming, costumed gardeners on the heritage grounds, the heirloom orchard, and a new gift shop in the Visitor Centre. Exhibits in the Visitor Centre, including the Many Voices of Confederation, the Imagine A Country interactive photo booth, and Guided Tours will continue to be offered.

Regular admission fees will not apply during the restoration.

Hours

Canada Day

July 1st, 2018

Celebrate Canada Day at Bellevue House. Family fun activities and live entertainment. 

Regular admission fees will not apply during the restoration.

Historic Places Day

July 7th, 2018

Regular admission fees will not apply during the restoration.

Whisky Tasting

July 5th and August 9th, 2018

Join whisky sommelier, Sylvain Bouffard of "Just a Wee Dram", as he guides your senses through whisky tasting and food pairing. A “spirited” journey from grain, to cask to glass, learn how whisky is linked to the building of Canada. … Slàinte Mhath!

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Indigenous (Algonquin) Teachings and Storytelling

10:00 am, September 23rd, 2018

As a Métis-Algonquin Knowledge Keeper, Tim Yearington (Grey Thunderbird) will be at Bellevue House National Historic Site on select days throughout the season to share traditional knowledge and storytelling. Yearington will help people gain a better understanding of the Algonquin Worldview and perspective. http://www.timyearington.com/

Harvest Fest

10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, September 22nd and 23rd, 2018

Come celebrate harvest with us!

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