Staff at Parker Street was awesome. I had asked if I could drop at Moira Drive location in Belleville but when I brought it there the owner refused to accept my drop off and was yelling at me. It was not a great experience whereas when I got to Parker Street they were really great.
17 Parker StBelleville, ON K8P1C9
Train trips arrive in Belleville at 1 different stations, depending on the train line you are traveling with. Most train trips arriving in Belleville from Ottawa will drop you off at VIA Station.
902 Wallbridge-Loyalist RdBelleville, ON K8N4Z5
The best thing about traveling by train is that there are many popular routes you can choose from to get a . Wanderu can also connect direct train routes from Belleville to any city in our system, giving plentiful options for a fun and affordable day trip.
367 Station StBelleville, ON K8N4Z6
Belleville is known as the Friendly City, and the human element reaches back to the mid 1800s, when the arrival of the Grand Trunk Railway put this south-eastern Ontario destination on the map. The beautiful Bay of Quinte belies the town’s busy industry with companies such as Procter & Gamble and Kellogg’s. There is much to learn about life past and present, as well as surrounding-area cultures.On Bridge Street East, Glanmore House is a celebrated example of Second Empire Architecture and a top attraction in Belleville. Hand-painted ceilings, antiques and treasures have stories to tell about this 1880s’ home of a prominent banker. Exhibits depict pre-confederate homestead life and what it meant to be a domestic servant. Glanmore House offers guided and self-guided tours, as well as a gift shop to augment your visit.A top attraction in Belleville is Empire Theatre, which dates to 1930. This Front Street theatre changed hands a number of times, and re-opened its doors in 2003 as a 700-seat venue that exudes a quirky, personal touch. The Empire is noted for great acoustics and live events of comedy and drama, as well as acting lessons and film festivals.Visiting Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory yields more things to do in Belleville. You can view another kind of life, twenty minutes’ drive east on Old Highway 2. The Cairn pays tribute to the 1743 landing of the Mohawk people. The Native Renaissance II serves as an art gallery and gift shop with native carvings. Also, you can tour Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks. This stone Gothic church was built by native hands in 1843 and is a National Historical Site. Outside of the UK there are only six such royal chapels in existence. Treasures include a coat-of-arms and Victorian Bible. A 1711 silver communion set shows the alliance between the Mohawks and the British, a gift from Queen Anne.