Join The National Trust for Canada Staff and the Canada Historic Places Days Youth Advisory Board as they (virtually) visit some of their favourite places in Canada for Historic Places Days Do you have a favourite historic place? Want to travel somewhere new? Maybe you’re looking for inspiration! Check out our creative staff and Youth Advisory Board virtual selfies to boost your imagination and […]
VisitExperience the history
This summer we invite you to time travel by virtually visiting historic places across Canada. Hundreds of sites are waiting to be discovered. Every place, a story: choose yours.
WinParticipate in contests
From July 3rd – 31st, enter our Selfie Contest for a chance to win $1000 for yourself AND $1000 for a historic place! As well, create and share your #VisitList online for a chance to win our #VisitList Contest, prizes include one of fifteen $500 VIA vouchers for yourself and a feature in the National Trust for Canada’s magazine, Locale, for the historic places mentioned the most!
ShowRegister a historic place
Participating sites receive national exposure and access to resources for organizing events and attracting new audiences. If you own or operate a historic site and are interested in participating in 2021, register today.
Admiralty House Communications Museum
Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador
Admiralty House Museum is in Mount Pearl, NL. The museum focuses on communications history
Fort la Reine Museum
Portage la Prairie, Manitoba
25+ heritage buildings, pioneer village, 5 acres of prairie terrain.
Ruthven Park National Historic Site
Join us virtual throughout July to celebrate Ruthven Park’s cultural and natural heritage.
Roedde House Museum
Vancouver, British Columbia
Restored 1893 Victorian house museum built for Vancouver’s first bookbinder Gustav Roedd…
Live! In Filberg Park Presents: Summer Pop-ups in the Park
Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park
3 July - 29 August, 2021 | All Day
Williamstown Discovery and Ghost Walk
Sir John Johnson Manor House
19 June - 30 October, 2021 | 7:30 p.m.
Hutchison House Museum
3 July - 4 September, 2021 | 1-3pm