Lucknow, Ontario – My Top 6 Picks

Lucknow, Ontario – My Top 6 Picks

Lucknow is a community located in Bruce County, Ontario, located at the junction of Bruce Roads 1 and 86. Lucknow has a strong Scottish heritage back to the late 1800s when the Lucknow Caledonian Games were held for twenty years. The village was named after Lucknow, India where, in 1857, a battle Indian Rebellion of 1857 took place between the native rebels and the British army. Eli Stauffer first settled here in 1856 where he constructed a dam and built a sawmill. In 1858, Ralph Miller built Balaclava House, a log tavern.

Architectural Photos, Lucknow, Ontario

Stauffer Street – Gothic – stone architecture

Architectural Photos, Lucknow, Ontario

Campbell Street – mural – keystones on right

Architectural Photos, Lucknow, Ontario

Campbell Street – Second Empire style, mansard roof with dormers

Architectural Photos, Lucknow, Ontario

Campbell Street – Gothic Revival

Architectural Photos, Lucknow, Ontario

Stone architecture

Architectural Photos, Lucknow, Ontario

578 Havelock Street – Lucknow Presbyterian Church – erected 1889