Erland Lee Museum Hamilton VisitList

The Erland Lee (Museum) Home, owned and operated by the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario, was originally built as a small log cabin on the escarpment brow in 1808. Back then, this land was called Saltfleet Township. Today, we are part of the City of Hamilton, where we share our love for history alongside the other heritage sites and museums in our city.

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