Honorary International Peace Garden at Lake Ontario Winery & Vineyards

1593 Hamlin Parma Town Line Road
Hilton, NY 14468


Much of the armed conflict during the War of 1812 took place off the shores of Lake Ontario.  Three miles north of this site the US Fleet first appeared to the Royal Navy as they approached Braddock Point.  The British then retreated and abandoned attempts to land troops at Rochester. A fierce gun battle commenced on route back to Canada.




Nearby Attractions

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585-271-3361  /  www.eastmanhouse.org
Mansion & formal gardens seen on America’s Castles. Home of Kodak founder.

Lamberton Conservatory and Viet Nam Memorial
Highland Park, South Avenue, Rochester, NY 
585-753-7275  /  www.monroecounty.gov/parks
Seasonal indoor floral displays year around. War Memorial in the adjacent park.

Genesee Country Village & Museum
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585-538-6822  /  www.gcv.org
19th century living history museum featuring 68 historic buildings.

Artisan Works Gallery
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585-288-7170  /  www.artisanworks.net
Explore 50,000 sq. ft. of regional art.  Many artists on-site.

Colonial Belle - Erie Canal Cruise Boat
400 Packett’s Landing, Fairport, NY 14450
585-223-9470  /  www.colonialbelle.com
Largest premier tour boat cruising the historic Erie Canal.

Susan B. Anthony House
17 Madison Street, Rochester, NY 14608
585-235-6124  /  www.susasnbanthonyhouse.org
Historic home of the well known leader of women’s sufferage.


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