Doran Bay Model Ship Museum

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11128 County Road #2, Iroquois, ON, Canada, K0E1K0
Telephone
613 652 6277
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Marvel at one of the world's finest private collections of historic model ships, beautifully displayed in an 1880's home overlooking the Seaway Lock and Dam at Iroquois. Each model has been reproduced from the original plans using exotic woods. The collections include: ships of world discovery, famous Canadian ships, warships through the ages, America's Cup Winners, and a special and unique exhibit of British and American Warships from the War of 1812.

Museum is open from April to November. Guided tours are available upon advance request.

Conveniently located on the Heritage Trail bike path. Waterfront cottages also available at the museum (see: Doran Bay Resort).

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