116 Queenston Street , Queenston Ontario Canada, L0S 1L0

RiverBrink Art Museum is a collecting and exhibiting art museum open to the public since 1983. Its operating budget is funded in part by the Weir Foundation, in part through private donations and in part through admission and tour fees. Specific projects receive additional support from federal, provincial and municipal sources. The museum’s exhibitions change annually. The museum is proud to serve local, regional, federal and international constituencies.

Situated in a large country home on the banks of the scenic Niagara River, RiverBrink Art Museum features changing exhibitions from the renowned art collection of Samuel E. Weir, Q.C., as well as outstanding artworks on loan from other Canadian and International collections. The museum grounds present well-kept gardens and a spectacular view of the Niagara River.

RiverBrink Art Museum interprets Niagara and Canadian heritage and culture. It serves a regional to international audience by enhancing knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts.

Summer Hours
(Victoria Day Weekend to October 26)

10 am to 5 pm.

Winter Hours

Wednesdays through Saturdays
10 am to 5 pm.

Admission is $5.00 for adults, $4.00 for seniors/students, free 12 and under. Group rates are also available, upon request.

Onsite free parking is available. Wheelchair accessible.

Laura Secord Homestead, Mackenzie Printery, and Willowbank National Historic Site are located within easy walking distance of the museum.

Various rooms in the museum are closed during late March and April for new installations. Visitors are welcome by appointment during these months. Please call 905-262-4510 to arrange a viewing.