The Erland Lee (Museum) Home is a National Historic Site of Canada. The museum recounts the history of the Lee family, who built and lived in the home from 1808 until 1970; of the Stoney Creek community; and of the Women's Institute, which was founded in the home's dining room on February 25, 1897. Named Edgemont by the Lee family, the Lee home is a beautiful example of an 1870's carpenter gothic revival architecture, situated on the Niagara Escarpment.

The Museum is open for walk-in tours on Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00 am - 4:00pm, or any day by appointment.

The museum grounds are open for public use from April through November each year.


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Launch of items will be on Thursday Jan 11, 2024 at the Kingston/Trent Valley social for the 2023 FWIO AGM.


Fridays and Saturdays

11:00am to 4:00PM

OR by appointment

Staff is on site from

Tuesday to Saturday

Call 905-662-2691


Adult - $7

Senior/WI - $6

Children (5-12) - $4

OMA/Museum Member/Indigenous Peoples/ children under 5 - FREE