African Lion Safari is a family-owned safari park in Southern Ontario, Canada, straddling the cities of Hamilton and Cambridge, located 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Toronto. The safari includes more than 1,000 animals, representing over 100 species of mammals and birds from across the globe.
One of the first houses to be built in Stoney Creek, Battlefield House was the home of the Gage family from 1796 until 1835. During these settlement years of the early 19th century, James and Mary Gage cleared and worked the land with their ten children and became well-known for their warm hospitality.
Bayfront Park is a 16-hectare (40-acre) park found in the West-end of Hamilton Harbour near Bay Street North in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Over $9 million transformed formerly vacant land into a versatile green space, with 1,800 metres (5,906 ft) of shoreline integrating fish habitat, native vegetation and facilities.
Twin Valley Zoo wishes all fathers a Happy Father's Day and in honour of fathers everywhere all fathers (accompanied with a child) are free on Sunday June 17th, 2018. Learning That’s Fun! There’s no better way to learn about the wonderful animals of this world than to experience them up close and in person.
The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum was founded in 1972 and is a non-profit organization whose mandate is to acquire, document, preserve and maintain a complete collection of aircraft that were flown by Canadians and the Canadian military from the beginning of World War II to the present. Our role is to preserve the artifacts, books, periodicals and manuals relating to this mandate. The Museum now houses almost 50 aircraft, an extensive aviation Gift Shop and Exhibit Gallery.
Chedoke Falls is a Ribbon Waterfall located on the east branch of the Chedoke Creek. It is 18 metres (60 feet) in height and 9 metres (30 feet) in crest width. Chedoke Falls experiences year-round flow. History. Chedoke Falls is named after Chedoke Creek which runs through the area.
Confederation Beach Park’s beautiful lakefront location makes it a popular spot for summer picnics and gatherings. As a City of Hamilton property managed by HCA, no fees are collected for entrance to the park, however, there are certain requirements for planning picnics, events and other special occasions.
Crawford Lake Conservation Area explodes in a fire of colour in autumn. Shutterbugs, prepare your lenses for the beauty of the red, orange, and yellow fall colours reflected on the meromictic lake. Take your time and walk around the boardwalk for the full effect of the autumnal season at Crawford.
Explore the history of your community at the Dundas Museum & Archives. Create memories in our new barrier-free galleries with activities for all ages. Discover our new Education Centre. Make the Dundas Museum YOUR Museum! Visit us today! Facility Rentals. Choose the historic 1873 Pirie House at the Dundas Museum & Archives for your next event.
Whitehern in Downtown Hamilton. holds much energy. Stories kept from the public until the Ghost Walks came along. The tragic life of Isaac McQuesten and his apparition still scaring workers and guests. The Right House. was Hamilton’s first downtown department store. The first owner, Thomas Watkins, loved those elevators.
The site provides both canoe access to Cootes Paradise and starting point for the waterfront and natural trails of the area. Further reading. Laking, Leslie. Love, Sweat and Soil: A History of Royal Botanical Gardens from 1930 to 1981. Royal Botanical Gardens Auxiliary, 2006. ISBN 0969175949. Stothers, David Marvyn. The Princess Point Complex.
Rattlesnake Point is located on a mesa-like outlier where the Niagara Escarpment makes a rise in elevation from about 240 meters to 440 meters. A glacial ravine divides it from the vertical rock faces of the escarpment to the west.
David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock Garden 1185 York Boulevard, Hamilton ON We are proud to present the rejuvenated David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock Garden, our new garden, respecting our iconic treasure’s heritage, look and feel while celebrating the beginning of a new era with a beautiful, modern renovation.
Sam Lawrence Park is on Concession Street, on top of the mountain in Hamilton. It is a beautiful park, filled with couples hand in hand and young families walking along the pathways. The garden beds are just so pretty, always lush with flowers.
Tiffany Falls Conservation Area is considered a significant natural area. Its bedrock exposures are considered an Earth Science Area of Regional Significance. The central feature of the conservation area is the two waterfalls within it, Tiffany Falls and Washboard Falls, formed by Tiffany Creek.
A log cabin in the Westfield Heritage Village. In 1961, the Westfield Pioneer Village Association was established by two Brantford, Ontario high schoolteachers, D. Glenn Kilmer and Golden Macdonnell, who purchased land near Rockton, Ontario, using their own money.
Location of Hami on a map. Hami is a city found in Xinjiang, China. It is located 42.83 latitude and 93.51 longitude and it is situated at elevation 762 meters above sea level. Hami has a population of 137,072 making it the 7th biggest city in Xinjiang. It operates on the LMT time zone, which means ...