Conservation initiatives assist by protecting Ruthven Park’s significant natural features and associated plant and wildlife through research and stewardship.
Conservation At Ruthven Park
Conservation initiatives assist by protecting Ruthven Park’s significant natural features and associated plant and wildlife through research, inventories, monitoring, restoring, active management and enhancing natural areas habitat for a variety of species at risk on the property. The site also preserves and practices preventive maintenance activities of the built heritage which includes the nineteenth-century buildings, artifacts, and cultural landscapes through research, monitoring, inventories, stabilization, maintenance, restoration, and repairs.
The Lower Grand River Land Trust Inc. holds an easement with the Ontario Heritage Trust, an agency of the province’s Ministry of Tourism, Culture, and Sport. This legal binding agreement focuses on the preservation and enhancement of both the natural and cultural heritage aspects of the property.
This spring, enjoy Ruthven Park’s suite of art workshops on biweekly Wednesday evenings in the Coach House! The Evening Art at Ruthven Park Spring Workshop Series is open to everyone; no experience is necessary for participation in any of the workshops. The cost is $40.00 + HST per workshop in the Series. However, the more […]
Ahead of Ruthven Park National Historic Site’s opening weekend on May 19, 2018, staff are thrilled to announce that traditional historic mansion tours will be taking place every week day afternoon during March Break (March 12 – 16 inclusive)! Tours will take place on the hour each day at 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, and 3:00 […]
Staff of Ruthven Park National Historic Site are thrilled to announce that the Site is officially open for the 2018 summer season as of 9:00am today, Saturday May 19, 2018. Our summer hours (from today until Labour Day Monday) are Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm and Saturday to Sunday, 9:30am to 5:00pm. Tours of […]
Editor’s Note: 100+ bird organizations declared 2018 the “Year of the Bird” as it is the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act’s ratification. Many are pledging to do 1 thing per month to help birds. As Ruthven Park National Historic Site has a bird banding station in collaboration with the Haldimand Bird Observatory, we are featuring one […]
Dear members and friends, Winter has finally cleared out and we hope you’re enjoying the beautiful sun throughout Haldimand County as much as we are. Today is such a stunning spring day, isn’t it? In this month’s newsletter, you’ll find lots of exciting news about goings-on here, including an invitation to our upcoming Yoga Class & […]
RUTHVEN PARK NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE For Immediate Release April 17, 2018 Contact: Betsy Smith, President email@example.com Marilynn Havelka, CAO firstname.lastname@example.org 905-772-0560 NEW ADMINISTRATION BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT RUTHVEN PARK Ruthven Park National Historic Site’s staff are pleased to announce that it has undertaken a project to expand. As of June this year, visitors arriving on […]
The Gate House Office and Grounds: Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, Saturday and Sunday, 9:30am to 5:00pm
The Mansion: Traditional historic tours every hour on the hour 7 days a week starting at 11:00am with the last tour leaving at 4:00pm.
Phone: (905) 772-0560
Toll-free: (877) 705-7275
243 Haldimand Hwy. #54,
Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0