Belleville

Come for a short trip or stay for a vacation. Belleville is one of those destinations that will remain in your soul for a long time.

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This Ottawa - Southeastern Ontario destination is home to some 49,000 residents.

Toronto, the provincial capital, is roughly 110 miles west of Belleville, while Corbyville is 5 miles to the north.

Allocate some time with the kids at the magical the Prince Edward County Lavender and the Cricklewood Farm. The fun doesn't end there. Caddy Shack Mini Golf and the Ontario Water Buffalo Company are sure to keep the smiles and laughter flowing.

If you'd like to immerse yourself in Belleville's beer culture, head on over to the County Cider Company. Hop on the guided tour and learn all about the three stages of beer-making: brewing, bottling and most important of all, drinking!

There's no nicer way to experience the tastes, textures and traditions of a region than to spend a day meeting its dedicated vintners and sampling their delights. The Huff Estates Winery and the Sandbanks Estate Winery are highly recommended destinations for those with a keen interest in viticulture. The By Chadsey's Cairns Winery and Vineyard and Casa-Dea Estates Winery are are also very popular.

When the weather's beautiful, it's always nice to visit one of the scenic parklands here. North Beach Provincial Park and Sandbanks Provincial Park are perfect selections for those seeking a little time-out. You may also like to try Lake on the Mountain Provincial Park and Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area.

Are you looking for a place to take the family for the afternoon? You should pack a bag and head on over to Wellington Rotary Beach, a picturesque local spot to enjoy some much deserved rest. Here you can listen to the waves roll in and the seabirds flying overhead as the kids play along the water's edge.

In the vicinity of Belleville, there are many beautiful nature reserves well worth making time for. First off, head to Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area and Tyendinaga Cavern and Caves, two of the most visited natural attractions around the area. Hillier Hall and Bleasdell Boulder Conservation Area are just a couple of the other scenic places to discover.

This destination is a treasure trove of great stories and quirky facts, and there's plenty to explore behind the doors of its exhibition spaces. Meander through the hallways as you check out the different displays at the National Air Force Museum of Canada and the Rose House Museum. The Wellington Heritage Museum and the Oeno Gallery are two more that are worth your time.

If you are curious about maritime heritage, then you should pay a visit to the local maritime history museum, the Mariners Park Museum. Discover what life was like at sea and enjoy a wide range of preserved ship models and maritime artifacts as you go through the museum's collection halls.

There are art galleries of all kinds in Belleville. Tap into the chic atmosphere at the Cranston Gallery on Main and the Bloomfield Studios and Gallery. If you can fit them in, the Love Nest Studio Gallery and Armstron Glassworks are also well worth a look.

Belleville's rich and colorful history can be seen in its wide variety of historical museums. Plan to visit the region's most popular history museum, the Trent Port Museum. People with a keen interest in past events should also make time to see the Hastings County Museum of Agricultural Heritage and the Farmtown Park, Belleville's other two historical museums.

It's impossible to know what makes a place tick until you know its story. Thankfully, Belleville has preserved many of its most significant historic buildings and sites. Start your local history tour with visits to Proctor House Museum and the Trenton Clock Tower. Also popular with history buffs and photographers are Belleville City Hall and the Glanmore National Historic Site.

Want to give your children a hands-on history lesson? Enjoy a day at Church of St. Michael the Archangel, where your family can unveil the culture and history of this old place.

Even after all the famous attractions you've managed to cram into your trip, stops at the 66 Gilead Distillery and the Canadian Forces Base Trenton are worthwhile.

Accommodation in Belleville

Before planning the rest of your vacation in Belleville, lock in your reservation for one of the 27 Belleville hotels or motels that are featured in Expedia's extensive travel database.

Travelers who appreciate life's finer things can choose from The Waring House, at 395 Sandy Hook Road, and the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Belleville, at 407 North Front St. Cheaper places that have received good reviews are the Best Western Belleville, at 387 North Front St, and the Timber House Resort, at 116 Cedardale Road.


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