Traditional townscapes, great buildings, extraordinary landscapes – Canada’s historic places give us our sense of place, community and identity, and tell the stories of who we are and where we come from.
Plan your visit today: a secluded stone chapel in the woods of Quebec; a magnificent Edwardian mansion on the St. Lawrence River; a Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece near Washington, DC; a 17th-century British house and garden outside London; the list goes on. Your National Trust member card gives you FREE or discounted admission to historic sites owned and operated by the National Trust and its partners in Canada, as well as National Trust properties in the United States, Australia, England, Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and Jersey.
Use the map below to plan your visit to an historic site either near or far.
Click here to browse historic sites in Canada.
See Saved Places that the National Trust has played a role in protecting, whether through purchase, investment, rehabilitation and in some cases with easement agreements that protect sites in perpetuity.
The Canadian Register lists historic places that have been designated at either the local, provincial, territorial or national levels.
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