Brock University Marilyn Walker building

Accessible Niagara

Niagara Region, St. Catharines

Planning a vacation when you have a physical disability can be a frustrating chore, but the people at have done most of the hard work for you.
Each of the 270 items in has been audited and written up in detail with accompanying photos. Postings for wheelchair/scooter accessible attractions, shopping, hotels and lodgings, wineries, theatres, restaurants, museums and festivals are continually updated.

Linda is reachable at to answer your questions. You don’t have to be able to walk to enjoy our beautiful Niagara!

British Methodist Episcopal Church, Salem Church

92 Geneva Street, St. Catharines


The BME Church at 92 Geneva St. marks a terminus of the Underground Railroad and was home to its most famous conductor, Harriet Tubman. This national historic site was built in 1855. Call ahead for tours.


performer on stage with guitar

Your online source for culture in Niagara featuring arts, heritage, festivals, events and more. With search for events your way – via calendars, event types, interactive map, or search keywords. - Culture Happens Here!

Dr. Huq Family Branch (Grantham Library)

425 Carlton Street, St. Catharines


Tues-Fri: 10am - 8pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
(closed Sunday)

Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts

15 Artists' Common, St. Catharines

(905) 688-5550

Brock University’s vibrant cultural centre for engagement, examination, and experimentation, the School connects the arts to the world -- on stage and in studios, galleries, classrooms, and regional locales. We offer audiences both professional and student events that stir the imagination and enrich Niagara’s cultural landscape.

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