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Activities For The Whole Family

Brockville is an enchanting waterfront destination. Experience a sound and light show in Canada’s First Rail Tunnel. Visit the Aquatarium, enjoy live theatre or a boat cruise in the famous 1000 Islands. One of the world’s best freshwater diving destinations with many wrecks and an underwater sculpture park.

Don’t forget your camera as photo-worthy opportunities are around every corner and memories are being made at every turn. 

  • 3.5hrs from
    Toronto
  • 1hr from
    Ottawa
  • 2hrs from
    Montreal
Activities For The Whole Family
Activities For The Whole Family
Book A Private Museum Tour
Book A Private Museum Tour
Cruise Into Spring
Cruise Into Spring
Tempt Your Taste Buds And Stroll The Waterfront
Tempt Your Taste Buds And Stroll The Waterfront
Share A Blanket Under The Stars
Share A Blanket Under The Stars

 Activities For The Whole Family

The whole family can have a blast at Brockville’s Aquatarium. Don’t be afraid to get dirty at this attraction because you will be invited to get hands-on! Get to know the beautiful St. Lawrence River by meeting native species of fish and animals, exploring sunken ship replicas and diving into the fun of an adventure! Did we forget to mention that the Aquatarium is a thrill-seekers paradise? For a small cost, adventurers can gain access to an indoor ropes course and a 40’ high AquaDrop!

 Book A Private Museum Tour

Is your special someone a local history buff? The Brockville Museum is currently booking private tours for up to five people. Dive into Brockville and 1000 Islands heritage through professional interpretive exhibits and have a tour guide all to yourself to answer questions along the way. Tours are available hourly and visitors must book in advance.

 

Cruise Into Spring

Hop aboard a 1000 Islands & Seaway Cruise and set off for a day on the water. Departing from Brockville’s waterfront in the city’s historic Downtown District, visitors see legendary sights on the water with intriguing stories. The 1000 Islands are a feast for the eyes – get on board! Please note that cruises are operating within the current COVID-19 restrictions so refer to the website for up-to-date booking information.

 

Tempt Your Taste Buds And Stroll The Waterfront

Prescott’s pubs beckon! Indulge in dinner at O’Heaphy’s or the Red George Pub followed by a romantic, moonlit stroll along Prescott’s RiverWalk Park. If daytime is your thing, enjoy a lunch date at Katarina’s outdoor patio followed by a picturesque walk along the river to discover spring blooms in Shakespeare’s Gardens, which is part of the 1000 Islands and Rideau Canal Garden Trail.

Share A Blanket Under The Stars

Create your own evening to remember! Get romantic and share a blanket, bottle of local wine and delicious take out from the Prescott Turkish Restaurant under the stars and watch the ships passing by on the St. Lawrence River. Extra points for practising some constellation names before you go!

 

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