Erland Lee (Museum) Home

The Erland Lee (Museum) Home is a National Historic Site of Canada. The museum recounts the history of the Lee family, who built and lived in the home from 1808 until 1970; of the Stoney Creek community; and of the Women's Institute, which was founded in the home's dining room on February 25, 1897. Named Edgemont by the Lee family, the Lee home is a beautiful example of an 1870's carpenter gothic revival architecture, situated on the Niagara Escarpment.
The Museum is open for walk-in tours on Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00 am - 4:00pm, or any day by appointment.
The museum grounds are open for public use from April through November each year.


Museum Membership




Don’t miss out on exciting things to come at The Lee Museum! Become a new member today and be among the first to experience exclusive openings, events and receive discounts on programming. Email to learn more about our membership packages.






Covid-19 Updates - Reopening



In keeping with provincial guidelines, masks are no longer mandatory, however we do still encourage mask be worn while inside all buildings for the safety of our volunteers, visitors, and staff.

Please note:
- All high-touch surfaces are sanitized regularly for the safety of all guests and staff.
- We appreciate your patience and understanding during these challenging and rapidly changing times.
- All Health & Safety Policies are set at the discretion of the FWIO Board. Staff and Volunteers are not at liberty to amend policies or make exceptions. Thank you.



Events & Workshops
Lee 50

Stay Connected