Brockville Railway Tunnel
A great place to visit when downtown Brockville. The Tunnel is Canada's first Railway Tunnel. Now renovated it is a great site to stroll with friends and family, see the very cool light show and hear a train rumble through on the speakers.
This is a pretty unique space where everyone (young or old) can visit and enjoy (free of charge) a spectacular light and sound show and see how the minerals in water can form beautiful sculptures naturally. A good walk for most travelers. This can be experienced by most folks with disabilities as…
Brockville is home to Canada's first railway tunnel. It has been restored and reopened - walk through this beautiful tunnel for a historic experience.
“Dine in the pub, restaurant or enjoy ice cream while embracing the beautiful views of Opinicon Lake, part of the historic Rideau Canal.”
“The Galley is a short walk from the cottage. Enjoy dining indoors or on the patio overlooking the lake. ”
“Visit an historic school house built in the late 1800s, now lovingly resurrected as an old-fashioned country market filled with food from a 100 mile radius. Wendy's Country Market is your hub for local food in the Kingston, Brockville, Gananoque, and Rideau Lakes area of eastern Ontario. Locavores stop here. ”
Point of Interest
“Great for the kids especially the younger ones. The otter show is great and there are areas for walking around outside. ”
“Built in 1810): The three-storey grist mill, powered by the Delta Creek, continues to grind flour today using its 200-year-old millstones. Only a one minute walk away. Guided tours and gift shop on site. All run by volunteers. Open May 19t until labour day.”