If you like art, you‘ll want to visit the Riverbrink Art Museum at 116 Queenston Street just below the Niagara Escarpment in the tiny village of Queenston. It’s about a 20 minute drive north of Niagara Falls. This museum is the former summer home of London, Ontario lawyer, Samuel Weir who passed away in 1981.The museum was opened in 1983 and contains exhibition galleries on three levels, a library and a gift shop. Currently the art gallery features the works of the late Niagara on the Lake artist Campbell Scott.
Parking is free but there is a minimal charge of $5.00 for adults. Students and seniors are $4.00.Under 12 years is free.
For more information go to www.riverbrink.org.