Other Attractions Nearby: Convenience store, Mount Albion CA, Felker's Falls CA, King's Forest Golf Course, Mohawk Sports Park, Glendale Golf Course, Escarpment Rail Trail, Battlefield House Museum Directions from Hwy 403: From QEW take the Red Hill Valley Parkway South.
Nestled under the scenic Niagara Escarpment, this historic site encompasses 32 acres of parkland divided by Battlefield Creek. Battlefield House Museum & Park has been selected for the 2016 Certificate of Excellence, reflecting the consistently great reviews earned on TripAdvisor.
Bayfront Park transformed from landfill to park. Bayfront Park is 40 acres of land with approximately 25 acres of it formed by landfill in the early 1960s. The site was owned by the Lax brothers and was known as the Lax property which was a landfill comprised of industrial waste and rubble. As a result of the contamination, the City of Hamilton had to deal with all the hazardous materials on the site. A remediation plan was developed and approved by the Ministry of the Environment.
The Bruce Trail is a hiking trail in southern and central Ontario, Canada from the Niagara River to the tip of Tobermory, Ontario. The main trail is more than 890 km (550 mi) long and there are over 400 km (250 mi) of associated side trails.
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.
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.
Fall at Crawford Lake . 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.
The Spencer Gorge area around the peak includes Webster and Tew falls, and has become among the most popular escarpment destinations since Hamilton began marketing itself as "the city of waterfalls," hoping to attract more visitors from Toronto and southern Ontario, said Costie.
The Dundas Valley is one of southern Ontario's most spectacular natural treasures. Highlights of the 1,200-hectare conservation area include lush Carolinian forests, colourful meadows, cold-water streams, stunning geological formations and an array of rare plants, birds and wildlife.
Full-price ticket includes admission to Dundurn Castle, the Kitchen Garden (Open June to October) and The Hamilton Military Museum. Regular admission rates and hours of operation apply to all events unless otherwise indicated. $11.50 for adults ages 18 to 59; $9.50 for seniors ages 60 and above; $9.50 for students ages 13 to 17.
The Eramosa Karst contains examples of 16 different karst features and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources designated the Eramosa Karst lands as an Area of Natural and Scientific Interest in 2003. It is believed to have the largest number of unique karst features in any single area in the province.
Felker’s Falls is a 22 metre high ribbon waterfall. The Felker’s Falls Escarpment Valley is a small bedrock gorge cut into the face of the 725 km long Niagara Escarpment. The Felker family owned and farmed the property on which the waterfall is located for more than 140 years.
With so many music-based events happening at Gage Park over the summer we thought we’d speak with someone involved in the Hamilton music industry about our local music scene. Joshua Moran is with VIII Studios, they are hosting the upcoming VIII Fest at Gage Park August 19-21.
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.
Hikers, horseback riders, and families: there are still tranquil trails and water features like the Hilton Falls, or the reservoir to experience quiet nature, and of course, to snap the perfect picture for your Instagram. If you like to explore, rumour has it geocaches are hidden around Hilton Falls.
Mountsberg is bursting with animal life from the farm animals in the barn, to the bison in the paddock, and the frogs peeping in the reservoir. Last but not least is the famous Raptor Centre: the home of our many feathered friends like Octavius the Great Horned Owl and Pip the American Kestrel.
Rattlesnake Point is one of the most beautiful places in Ontario: spend the day there in any season and you’ll see what we mean. You’ll see the turkey vultures soaring over the escarpment from Buffalo Crag look-out point, and interesting ecological rarities like the thousand year old cedars. Camp under the stars; find the constellations.
Sam Lawrence Park can be found on the western-end of Concession Street. Prior to 1944, this property was the Webb Quarry. In February 1944, The City of Hamilton was given 3 acres (12,000 m 2) of land for park use by Thomas Hambly Ross, MP (Hamilton East), and his wife Olive.
Other Attractions Nearby: Convenience store, restaurant, retail stores, Town of Ancaster, Dundas Valley CA, Hermitage Ruins, Griffin House, Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum, RBG, Dundurn Castle, Hamilton Farmers' Market, Crooks Hollow CA, Christie Lake CA, Tiffany Falls CA, Iroquoia Heights CA Directions from Hwy 403: From Hwy 403 take the Lincoln Alexander Parkway exit and keep to the right to merge onto Rousseaux St.
Other Attractions Nearby: Convenience store, Rock Chapel Sanctuary, Borer's Falls CA, Town of Dundas, Dundas Valley CA, Hermitage Ruins, RBG, Dundurn Castle, Hamilton Farmers' Market, Crooks Hollow CA, Christie Lake CA Directions from Hwy 403: From Hwy 403 take the Hwy 6 N (Guelph) exit and travel approximately 3 km to Hwy 5 E. (Dundas St. E.).
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.
The central feature of the conservation area is the two waterfalls within it, Tiffany Falls and Washboard Falls, formed by Tiffany Creek. The area provides a link between the green space corridor along the Niagara Escarpment through the Hamilton urban area, and the extensive natural areas of the Dundas Valley.
This significant natural area contains two beautiful waterfalls: Webster and Tew Falls. Webster is a magnificent tiered waterfall and Tew, which towers at 41 metres, is only a few metres shorter than Niagara Falls. Both offer spectacular vistas of the gorge.
41 Jackson Street West, Hamilton, Ontario L8P 1L3 Phone: 905-546-2018 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Museum is open year-round. Tuesday to Sunday, 12 noon to 4 pm. Closed on Mondays, Good Friday, Canada Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. Depending on availability, we will open outside of regular hours for pre-booked groups.