Come explore some of Burlington's historic and touristic landmarks!
This beautiful structure was originally built as a frame cottage circa 1850 for Joseph Stinson. In 1888 John Morrine moved here with his family, clad the frame structure with brick and installed the dormer. Their youngest daughter, Nellie Morrine, lived in this house until her death in 1976 at age 100.
Built as a white washed clapboard building on Pine Street, with board walk decking, idealizes the many warm harbours that would have dotted the cities waterfront at the turn of the century. Now home to Village Cigar Company, Tamp Coffee, Son of a Peach and offices.
THE VILLAGE SQUARE TOWER
A replica of the original structure found in the Burlington Town Hall.
At the corner of Elizabeth and Pine Streets was in fact Burlington’s first fire station and currently houses Village Square’s LCBO.
What we refer to as The Tea House, was built in 1826 by pioneer Peter Fisher, the son of an Empire Loyalist. He lived there until his death. Now home to Spa in the Village and Let it Heal.
THE QUEENS HOTEL
Currently, The Dickens pub, this building was modeled after an old 19th century hotel originally situated on Brant Street.
Located on the north side of Village Square includes a dozen arched columns which create a romantic portico inspired by 18th century Georgian architecture.
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