The 1000 Islands Boat Museum in Gananoque

March Break is coming soon! Sometimes, without a trip planned, March Break is a struggle to keep the kids or grandkids occupied. Here’s a few ideas directly from our neighbourhood that will help you out!

The Arthur Child Heritage Museum in Gananoque
Gananoque has two of its very own museums: the 1000 Islands Boat Museum and the 1000 Islands History Museum. There are also lots of museums nearby including the interactive Aquatarium at Tall Ships Landing.
Spring is coming to Gananoque!
Explore Nature
Gananoque is surrounded by national and private parks and campsites, with lots of places to spend a day or a night. If you’re looking for some of the more unique exploration opportunities nearby, check out the Lennox and Addington Dark Sky Viewing Area, the Frontenac Arch Biosphere, and the Lost Bay Nature Reserve.
A paved path beside the St. Lawrence River in Gananoque.
Spend Some Time on the River
It may be a bit too early to bring the boat out for the season, but there are lots of ways to spend some time near or on the river. The Gananoque Boat Line runs cruises all-year long, allowing you to see the Thousand Islands even if it’s cold outside. The Gananoque Helicopter Tours also run all-year round if you prefer a bird’s-eye view!
However you decide to spend your March Break, we hope it’s fun! Like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram to keep up with the latest Gananoque events.
The Gananoque lighthouse, overlooking the St. Lawrence.