Fort Malden National Historic Site
The location of the British stronghold on the Detroit frontier during the War of 1812 and the Rebellions of 1837-1838, Fort Malden National Historic Site, in Amherstburg, Ontario opens a fascinating doorway into Canada’s early military history.
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Take part in a wide range of events, special activities, and memorable experiences at Fort Malden.
History of the fort
Fort Malden offers a fascinating look into Canada’s military history including the War of 1812 and the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837-38.
Visiting Fort Malden National Historic Site
Activities and experiences
Things to do for the entire family. Explore our list of activities, programs, and unique places to discover at Fort Malden National Historic.
Plan your visit
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About Fort Malden National Historic Site
Culture and history
Discover the history of Fort Malden, Amherstburg Navy Yard, and Bois Blanc Island Lighthouse and Blockhouse national historic sites.
Stewardship and management
Management plan, commercial permits, partners, site rentals, and contact information for Fort Malden.
Phone number: 519-736-5416
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Hours of operation
Fort Malden is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday.
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