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Side Trips from Toronto Sights

St. Mark's Church

  • 41 Byron St. Map It
  • Niagara-on-the-Lake
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Updated 09/12/2013

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One of Ontario's oldest Anglican churches, this was built in 1804, and St. Mark's parish is even older, formed in 1792. The stone church still houses the founding minister's original library of 1,500 books, brought from England. During the War of 1812, American soldiers used the church as a barracks, and still-visible rifle pits were dug in the cemetery. The church is open for concerts, lectures, and Sunday services only.

Sight Information

Address:

41 Byron St., Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, L0S 2J0, Canada

Map It

Phone:

905-468–3123

Website: stmarks1792.com

Updated 09/12/2013

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