Discover the best top things to do in Port Hope, Canada including Capitol Theatre, Ganaraska Forest, Port Hope Conservation Area, Art Emporium by the River, Holton Flowers, Art Gallery of Northumberland - Port Hope, Northumberland Rock and Roll Experience, Canadian Fire Fighters Museum, Port Hope Archives.
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5 based on 192 reviews
The Cameco Capitol Arts Centre is a professional regional theatre located 1-hour east of Downtown Toronto where you will experience top quality productions and Concerts in the historic and picturesque small town of Port Hope. Since 2013, under Artistic Director & General Manager Antonio Sarmiento the Capitol has won awards and recognition for embracing its historical status AND using innovative technologies in visual effects to create an enhanced live experience. Recent critically acclaimed stage productions utilizing these technologies include productions of “Disney’s Mary Poppins” and “Singin’ In The Rain”, “SNARL’D! The Rapunzel Panto” and our highly anticipated productions of “On Golden Pond”, “Crazy For You” and the global sensation “Mamma Mia!”. The Capitol has become a “must-see” Ontario destination that has partnerships with local restaurants, cafes, merchants, accommodations and more to offer a complete “experience” to our guests.
Thoroughly enjoyed Elton Rohn at the Capitol Theatre in Port Hope. Wonderful venue excellent show. Happy New Year 2018??Thanks for choosing the Capitol and I we so happy that you had a memorable experience! Antonio Sarmiento Artistic Director & General Manager
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Myself & a large of party of friends did the horse riding trail through this forest which was a stones throw away from Maple Crescent Farm (who was running the trail). The beautiful Fall leaves & cooler weather made this a very interesting ride. You're surrounded by sheer beauty, vastness & tranquillity in this forest, so a good place to just go, sit, clear your mind & thoughts and be as one with nature.
I would definitely like to return in the fall & during the Winter months to see it at a visual contrast.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
We thought we were watch fishermen and woman fishing in the river ,but as we came closer we noticed the salmon swimming upstream .Shame that some of the fishermen were impeding them .
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The Art Emporium by the River is an eclectic and relaxed approach to the entire artistic experience. It is an environment that is a little irreverent, a little goofy but with an openness that attempts to display aspects of artistic expression intrinsic in art no matter the fame.
A superb gallery in the heart of Port Hope. Really enjoyed the variety of artists (some of which were locals) and mix of different of types of art there. Paintings, sculptures and photos adore the walls of this lovely space. Robert was very kind and gave my wife and I personal tour of the galleries. It's a great attractive for art lovers and with the varied price points it makes it feel welcoming and not pretentious. I'll be returning as they plan on changing up the pieces once a month!
5 based on 6 reviews
Flowers and gifts in a unique and artful setting. Also bought some delicious choclates. Some amazing floral displays, plenty of gifts to choose for a friend or loved one. Everything is so lovely, fresh and the owner is so gracious.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
There is a lot to see in this small gallery boutique. From hand-crafted greeting cards to handmade candles, pottery including mugs, plates, teapots and vases of various shapes and sizes, stained glass and paintings, crafted wood and handmade shawls and placemats. Something for every budget and taste.
5 based on 5 reviews
A great attraction when in Port Hope. You will get a pleasant surprise at the collection of memorabilia. Music lessons and support to many local talented youths. June 2014 they held their 5th Northumberland Rock and Roll Student Showcase. Each young musician played a cameo roll with the band 'Garage Dog. A great night with Rock and Roll enthusiasts.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
as a retired Toronto fireman I had to check this out in my retirement. A small but impressive collection well worth the visit. Your kids will love it and volunteer staff are very friendly. Unfortunately they are in a loaned municipal building and are now under the gun to move sometime in 2018. I fear the collection could be lost, split up, or auctioned, if a new place can't be found. They are in need of a huge cash influx from Corporate sponsors, private donors, the Public, municipal, Provincial and Canadian Governments to save this part of our firefighting heritage. IF YOU CAN PLEASE MAKE A DONATION VIA THEIR WEBSITE.
4 based on 1 reviews
Established as The Ganaraska Region Archives in 1994 and renamed the Port Hope Archives in 2005, the Archives has been serving the Municipality of Port Hope for over 20 years. Supported by dedicated volunteers and generous members, the Archives provides access to archival materials related to Port Hope’s history. An archivist is on staff to catalogue the collection and assist researchers.
The Port Hope Archive is a great source for information on the area. Want to find out who built your old house and who lived there? Go to the Archives and they'll help you find out! The building is built like a bank vault with heavy walls and vaulted ceilings. It was designed by a prominent 19th century architect.
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