Explore the site of one of Canada’s most famous battles, where Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, Commander-in-Chief of the British forces in Upper Canada, and his aide-de-camp John Macdonell made the ultimate sacrifice leading their men in the protection and preservation of Niagara during the Battle of Queenston Heights in the War of 1812. Climb the spiral stairs of the monument that commemorates Major General Brock’s heroic leadership and courage and marks his final resting place. Enjoy a sweeping view of the Niagara landscape and learn about Brock’s early life from costumed guides.
Hours of operation
The site is accessible year-round.
Visitor services are available from May to October.
Admission for climbing and guided tours:
Children (age 5 and under) - Free
Youth (age 6-16) - $3.50
Adults (age 17+) - $4.50