The Niagara Falls Museums is a team of staff and volunteers who are resourceful and enthusiastic in telling the story and preserving the ongoing culture and history of Niagara Falls. We are dedicated to promoting pride of place and engaging the community.
We will be the centre for historical and cultural activities in Niagara Falls through community awareness, participation and engagement.
Our Current Strategic Plan (2016-2017) sees us achieving this through creating partnerships, improving our image and developing and delivering quality programmes and events for the community. For details about our current plan, please contact the Museum.
Contact the Museum to receive a copy of the report. Below you will find the important statistics and information contained in the report.
Niagara Falls 16%
Niagara Region 6%
Outside ON 6%
Rest of the world 9%
1700 Volunteer Hours
14 new community partnerships
18 Stamford Collegiate First Nations, Metis and Inuit youth and their friends explored themes around self-identity in “Being Cindy Sherman” exhibition
Glynn A Green Fun Fair
Niagara Acro Cats
Niagara Falls Public Library
Niagara's Finest Art and Music Exhibition
Canadian Deafblind Association Ontario Chapter
The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Ontario Branch
Rotary Club of Niagara Falls
OPG Winter Festival of Lights
Bank of Montreal
George & Teresa Dyck
Friends of Stamford Village
Niagara Community Foundation
Patterson Funeral Home
Willoughby Historical Society
Oast House Brewery
Town of Lincoln
Lt. Col. Bernard Nehring
City of Niagara Falls
Government of Canada\
Province of Ontario
Niagara Falls Art Gallery
Ontario Genealogical Society-Niagara Branch
The Counsell Family
Bob & Vera Gale
Niagara Historical Society & Museum
Stephen B. Shanfield M.D.
TAG Art Gallery
9 musical performances
19 artist exhibits
6 live author readings
5 art installations
5 interactive art exhibits
104 People came out to Swing Fever and danced to the sounds of the Peter Shea Quintet Swing Band
60 School children had their projects on display @ the Museum during the DSBN Regional Heritage Fair
1722 School children participated in one of our educational programmes
1243 students tried on chain-maille, made a coat of arms, learned a period dance and watched some Knights battle over the past three years during GOING MEDIEVAL educational programme.
Development of The Insiders volunteer corps
Start of “History Talks” oral history project
969 spent Family Day at the Museum
161 research inquiries answered
15 local artists performed in the Courtyard this year
1750 paint sticks decorated for “Outside Your Window”
1162 visitors met Ontario wildlife at the Museum
242 people participated in yoga this year at the museum
175 artists contributed to “Outside Your Window” installation
547 new acquisitions
28,839 Names transcribed from Niagara Falls Museum Visitor Books
“Informative, engaging, meaningful, strong tour leaders” – Grade 6/7 teacher
Overall an amazing well organized experience. The students enjoyed themselves and learned a lot.” – Grade 3
“It was a wonderful experience and very relevant to Ministry expectations. I look forward to visting the museum again, with both my students and family. I also loved the fact we could utilize the municipal city bus service. What a great connection and experience!!!!” – Grade 5 teacher
“Great stop along the Greater Niagara Circle Route cycling path”
Trip Advisor Review
“Wonderful in all aspects.” – Grade 6 teacher
“This place is great. The atmosphere is relaxed and laid back. The staff's interest in how your tour is going is genuine. This museum is a welcomed addition to the list of things-to-do in Niagara Falls. “
Trip Advisor Review
“A Refreshing Change”
“This was a refreshing change from the tourism trash that is thrown at us in all tourist traps - not just Niagara Falls. “
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Check out our report to find out about what we got up to, statistics and information about our achievements.
Has brought residents to the Main and Ferry area to events during:
For a PDF version of our 2013 Economic Impact Statement, please contact the Museum.
IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT (Norman Jewison, U.S. 1967) 109 mins.
Join Curator Suzanne Moase as she examines collecting in the 21st Century.
HOLLYWOOD SHUFFLE (Robert Townsend, US, 1987) 78 mins.
Film Screening: Wilma! ….the story of a Black Canadian