Oak Hall is a 37-room, three-story Tudor-style mansion built by mining tycoon Harry Oakes (1874-1943) located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, approximate 1/4 mile southwest of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. In 1966, the estate grounds became a 9-hole golf course and since 1982, the mansion has housed the offices of the Niagara Parks Commission.

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  • Oak Hall is a 37-room, three-story Tudor-style mansion built by mining tycoon Harry Oakes (1874-1943) located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, approximate 1/4 mile southwest of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. In 1966, the estate grounds became a 9-hole golf course and since 1982, the mansion has housed the offices of the Niagara Parks Commission. (en)
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  • Oak Hall is a 37-room, three-story Tudor-style mansion built by mining tycoon Harry Oakes (1874-1943) located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, approximate 1/4 mile southwest of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. In 1966, the estate grounds became a 9-hole golf course and since 1982, the mansion has housed the offices of the Niagara Parks Commission. (en)
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