Niagara Falls History Museum Fountain


Queen Victoria Drinking Fountain

Shown in the coloured postcard around 1910, The Queen Victoria Fountain was funded by public donations in 1901 as a tribute to Queen Victoria who had recently died. Originally located on the corner of Main and Ferry and used to provide water for horses, dogs and humans, it was deemed a traffic hazard and moved to its present location at the Niagara Falls History Museum.

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5810 Ferry St, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 1S9, Canada