The Nickel Tour: Court House Avenue to the Brockville Railway Tunnel
It may be one of the shortest walking tours in the country! Three short blocks, a very small investment in shoe leather, but paying huge dividends in history, famous personages, a wonderful array of architecture and absolutely gorgeous scenery. Quoting from the tour, "You have wandered down the gentle slope of Brockville’s Courthouse Avenue, no doubt impressed by how much Canadian history can reside on one short block of a small city in Eastern Ontario". Follow the directions in the tour proper and enjoy yourself. Absorbing history was never so much fun!
This event is free.
Brockville Culture Days
Brockville Culture Days is a community grassroots organization dedicated to promoting arts and culture year round. As much a networking and facilitation group it encourages the exploration and formation of linkages between artists in different milieu, disciplines and creative communities to explore the art of possibility.
This event is part of a hub:
Brockville's Court House Avenue may be the most impressive urban panoramic vista in all of Ontario. Add a splash of colour from the springtime tulip beds and the issue is settled. If you have an interest in Ontario history, architecture, or...
Court House Avenue
Follow King St. to the Brockville Cenotaph at Court House Avenue. Turn north there (simply put, away from the River and uphill). The street leads to the Court House
This event is wheelchair accessible.