1. Bell Homestead, Brantford (Home of Alexander Graham Bell when he first moved to Canada. Much of the work for the telephone was done here.)
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2. Casa Loma, Toronto (Home of Sir Henry Pellatt)
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3. Dundurn Castle, Hamilton (Home of Sir Alan McNab, one of Canada's first premier, this castle sits on the shores of Lake Ontario.)
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4. Westfield Heritage Village, Rockton (Pioneer village with Methodist Church, General Store, former Jerseyville Train Station, etc)
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5. Fort George, Niagara-on-the-Lake (Site of War of 1812 battle)
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6. Laura Secord Homestead, Queenston (Laura Secord alerted the British to the secret attack planned by the Americans during the War of 1812.)
7. Wings of Paradise Butterfly Conservatory, Cambridge
8. Backus Mill, Port Rowan (The Backus Family owned a farm and mill near Lake Erie. The area also features a schoolhouse, general store, etc.)
9. Uncle Tom's Cabin (Escaped American slave Josiah Henson's homestead, the man on whom the novel was based.)
10. Point Pelee Conservation Area (A conservation area turned cottage resort turned conservation area on the shores of Lake Erie, this is the southernmost point of Canada, excluding Pelee Island.)
For a complete list of Ontario Museums, visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_museums_in_Ontario