Merrickville, Canada

Travel Blogs from Merrickville

Merrickville Travel Blogs (6)
Smiths Falls to Merrickville, Merrickville, Canada travel blog

Smiths Falls to Merrickville

A travel blog entry by mv_meander


... 5 locks to get to Merrickville by noon. Here we stopped here for the day after just 14.3 miles.  We stopped in Merrickville because the guide books said to.  They were right.  It's a very quaint little town that reminds us of Lexington, ...

Merrickville to Burritts Rapids, Burritts Rapids, Canada travel blog

Merrickville to Burritts Rapids

A travel blog entry by mv_meander


Rain, Rain.  The forecast is for rain all day into the evening.  We departed Merrickville in the rain in order to get through 7 locks and be ready for the long run tomorrow to Ottawa.  We only went 6.5 miles but it was raining so we ...

Leaving point for the Great Newfoundland Road Trip, Merrickville, Canada travel blog

Leaving point for the Great Newfoundland Road Trip

A travel blog entry by fireseed

Louise:  Saturday evening and the car is partially packed, Jane and I are planning on starting out early in the morning (hopefully I'll leave to pick her up at about 4am), then we'll head from Smith's Falls up to Carleton Place to gather little Jess ...

Home #1, Merrickville, Canada travel blog

Home #1

A travel blog entry by averynet


We made it and are ready to leave again. A wonderful journey with not a drop of rain except over the last few milles before arriving. Our thoughts are with our European friends at the ...

Attractions in Merrickville

Merrickville Attractions (1)
Judith Moore Gallery

Judith Moore Gallery


629 St Lawrence Street, Merrickville, Ontario, Canada

The Judith Moore Gallery is the fine art gallery in Unesco designated heritage Merrickville. The gallery features local and international visual artists and sculptors with special focus on Figurative Work and Plein Air Paintings. The Gallery features nine-foot ceilings crowned with custom moldings, architectural window insets and cherry floors. Open seven days a week from April - December. Judith Moore is well known in the interior design and art world through Ottawa and Kingston.