Ontario Power Generation Visitor Centre
St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences
1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises
Brockville Arts Centre
Brockville Country Club
Cornwall Brothers Store & Museum
Cygnus Classic Charters
Uncle Sam Boat Tours
Antique Boat Museum
Clayton Island Tours
Clayton Opera House
Save The River
Thousand Islands Arts Center
Thousand Islands Land Trust
Thousand Islands Museum
1000 Islands Helicopter Tours
1000 Islands Kayaking
Arthur Child Heritage Museum
Gananoque Boat Line
Half Moon Bay
Thousand Islands Boat Museum
Thousand Islands Playhouse
Bellevue House National Historic Site
Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority
Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada
Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston
When the St. Lawrence Seaway was constructed in the 1950s, farmland including 8 villages and hamlets were flooded. The Lost Villages Museum Site near Long Sault, Ontario tells the stories with a museum and walking tours through homes and buildings that were relocated.
Marvel at one of the finest private collections of model ships in the world. Each model has been painstakingly built according to original plans using the finest exotic woods. The collection is exquisitely displayed in a restored 1880s home overlooking the St. Lawrence River's Seaway Lock at Iroquois.
Scott Ouderkirk Studios is located at River Road Farm, a self-sustaining homestead. Visit Scott in his studio as he creates original projects and restores the work of others. View animals such as Nigerian Dwarf Goats and a glass observation bee hive and then visit our gift shop.
Ontario Power Generation's St. Lawrence Power Development Visitor Centre is located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, east of the Robert H. Saunders Generating Station, in the west end of Cornwall, Ontario. The centre has many interactive electricity exhibits and history on the St. Lawrence Seaway.
The St. Lawrence River Institute is a non-governmental organization established in 1994. Forming a unique partnership with government, education, business and the Mohawks of Akwasasne, the Institute is a leader in environmental research, education and community action.
Located in Prescott, Ontario (across the river from Ogdensburg, NY), Fort Wellington is an authentic 19th century fort that takes visitors back to an earlier time when fiery conflicts with uncertain outcomes brought forth unity, bravery and perseverance, and helped define who we are as a people and as a nation.
Bytown Brigantine offers the opportunity for youth, teens and adults to have fun, learn new skills and gain confidence through our unique Tall Ship sailing adventures. Our programs range from weekend “Black jack” camps on the Ottawa River to day sails and 21-day voyages of discovery aboard the “Fair Jeanne”, sailing through the Thousand Islands, the Great Lakes and beyond.
The Antique Boat Museum located in Clayton, New York, is North America's premier fresh water nautical museum. The museum features over 300 unique and beautifully-preserved boats, thousands of recreational boating artifacts and countless special events including speed boat rides, boat shows, education programs and much more.
The Clayton Opera House serves as a year-round center for cultural and community events. The 1903 building underwent a $3.2 million historic preservation in 2007. Presenting a variety of entertainment from local to nationally recognized artists, the Opera House is a great place to catch a show.
Since 1978, Save The River has been the leading grassroots advocacy organization working to protect the 1000 Islands region of the St. Lawrence River. In 2004, Save The River was designated the Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper and is a member of the international Waterkeeper Alliance.
TILT conserves land in the 1000 Islands region of New York State and has areas open to the public: Potters Beach, Zenda Farm Preserve, Grindstone Island Nature Trail and Crooked Creek Preserve. TILT offers guided treks with hiking, biking, birding, kayaking and educational programming for kids.