Welcome to Gananoque! From its early industrial history to its modern role as a town of tourists, take a walk back in time and explore the Town as it once was. Using archival photos, you can see the shifting or continuous uses of Gananoque’s built heritage over the last 200 years. Learn about the local stories and legends that make our heritage buildings come alive.
Is there a place for heritage buildings in modern society? Let’s explore!
“The 1000 Islands History Museum is a family-friendly waterfront museum where you can experience ten thousand years of Canadian history in the Thousand Islands. From rum runners to river rats, explore the people, places and heritage of Gananoque and the St Lawrence River through year-round interactive exhibits, lively community events, hands-on children’s activities and a quality gift shop.”