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Road Trip – Culture & History

a group of medals and medals on display.



Is a day well spent one where you’re having a great time and learning?
Come see our beautifully restored and maintained historic artifacts and properties; knowledgeable staff and volunteers will answer any questions you may have.

a museum filled with lots of different types of planes.


National Air Force Museum of Canada

Discover aviation history full of valour and tradition through a wide variety of exhibits, interactive activities and displays, including the fully restored World War II Halifax Bomber (the only one of its kind in the world). A 16 – acre Airpark features with both historic and active aircraft on site get you up-close and personal.


Glanmore National Historic Site

Lead or follow into the grand interiors of this impeccably restored local mansion. The Museum is open to the public six days a week and offers a wide variety of programs and activities for the regular folk like us.

a living room filled with furniture and a chandelier.
a brick house with green shutters and a clock tower.


Proctor House Museum

A property donated in 1970 by John W. Proctor and the remaining heirs of Proctor House to the community of Brighton has some unusual features compared with others of the time. Cattle hair plaster for one Plus, the use of pine that has been grained to resemble oak, a circular staircase oh, and a ghost that appears in the form of a fire ball haunting the residence as payback for some financial deals gone wrong.


Christ Church

Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal of the Mohawk Built in 1843 by the Mohawks, this National Historic Site is one of only six Royal Chapels outside of the United Kingdom, and only one of two in Canada. Fully restored (and home to royal gifts on display) this is a stunning and unique place of worship and exploration.

an open book on a table in front of a pipe organ.
a large white house sitting on top of a lush green field.


Montrose Inn and Tea Room

For High Tea fit for a Queen… or King


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a man riding a wave on top of a surfboard.

Let’s see what we got!

a black and blue logo with the words bay of county.

The Bay of Quinte RMB Land Acknowledgement

The Bay of Quinte Regional Marketing Board is committed to acknowledging, appreciating and understanding the Indigenous peoples’ historic connection to this land and to raising awareness by building relationships in collaboration with Indigenous partners and communities. 

We recognize and acknowledge that we are living and working on the traditional territory of the Wendat, Mississauga, Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee which includes the Kenhtè:ke Kanyen’kehá:ka (Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte) with whom we work in direct partnership with. 

This partnership focuses on the common goal of celebrating the region with the Kenhtè:ke Kanyen’kehá:ka who are equal partners within the organization and at the Board of Directors table contributing to the mandate and operations.

This mandate includes listening to, learning from, and collaborating with the Kenhtè:ke Kanyen’kehá:ka and actively incorporating their culture and heritage into the practice of responsible destination marketing and management of the region.

We understand that this land acknowledgement is only a small step towards the larger process of reparations and reconciliation.

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