The Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek
Battlefield House Museum and Park, National Historic Site presents the annual Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek. Discover Canadian heritage and re-live firsthand the thrill and pageantry of the battle that was the turning point of the War of 1812.
Visit the encampment and mingle with early 19th century settlers and soldiers as they go about their daily life. Shop among one-of-a-kind merchants. Witness historical demonstrations of cooking, dancing, blacksmithing and more. Food, games, musical entertainment. Wander through the original 200 year old Gage homestead. Step back in time and take the opportunity to listen to the Indian war hero Tecumseh as he recounts his life.
View the Video: Stoney Creek, inspired by the Battle of Stoney Creek by Mark McNeil, Geoff Somers, Allison Lupton and Barry Gray.
History in Action Day
Parking, Event Schedule and More:
Parking and Shuttle Service:
There is NO handicap parking on-site. The shuttle is NOT accessible, however the event's outdoor activities are fully accessible. We recommend visitors with disabilities be dropped off at the pedestrian entrance while the driver takes advantage of the free shuttle service.
The shuttle runs on the Saturday from 10:00 am. to 10:00 p.m. and Sunday from 10:00 am until 5:00 p.m.
Re-enactment Site Map
Download a larger version of the map (pdf) for printing.
Re-enactors and Merchants
Our re-enactors and merchants bring this amazing Canadian heritage event to life. Find out how you can participate as a re-enactor or merchant.