The Erland Lee Museum is a National Historic Site located on the ridge of the Niagara Escarpment in Stoney Creek. Originally a farmhouse belonging to Erland and Janet Lee, the museum is recognized as the birthplace of the first Women's Institutes, an international organization formed in 1897 to promote the education of isolated rural women. Explore the household’s artifacts and furniture while visiting, or check out the museum’s exciting workshops! Open Wednesday-Sunday for tours.
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