Bridgeport House is a 19 story luxury student living residence just a short distance from the campuses of Wilfrid Laurier, the University of Waterloo, and Conestoga College offering comfortable, fully-equipped shared-suite living accommodations with single-resident bedrooms and individual washroom facilities.
The museum is in Conestoga Mall at 550 King St. N., Waterloo and is located by the entrance to the food court. Hours of Operation. NOTE: The Museum will be closed May 22 - June 4 for the Instillation of the exhibit: At Home; Residential Architecture in Waterloo. The Museum will reopen June 5, 2018. Tuesday to Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The museum is located in the Centre for Environmental and Information Technology (EIT) on the main University of Waterloo campus just off of Ring Road. You can access Ring Road on campus from the intersection of either University Ave. and Seagram Dr. or Columbia St. and Hagey Blvd.
Kitchener is also home to venues such as Homer Watson House & Gallery, Kitchener–Waterloo Art Gallery, THEMUSEUM, JM Drama Alumni and Centre In The Square. Also the Cities recently had two local and regional museums built in the region, one being the Waterloo Region Children Museum and the Doon Heritage Museum.
The City of Waterloo, in conjunction with the Region of Waterloo and Township of Woolwich are collaborating to determine if it is feasible to connect the Trans Canada Trail along the rail corridor between the Research and Technology Park in Waterloo to Farmers Market Road in Woolwich.
St. Jacobs Viaduct - The Railway Bridge, St. Jacobs (opened in the 1890s) The idea of a railway connecting Waterloo and Elmira was talked about for many years. To move the project forward, Woolwich Township offered a $5000 grant to a railway company to extend a branch line to Elmira however, when completed in 1882, the line stopped in Waterloo.
The City of Waterloo acquired our heritage collection after the Seagram Museum closed in 1997. This unique collection features more than 6,000 artifacts that relate to the Seagram family and their role in the early industrial development of Waterloo through the Seagram Distillery and Canada Barrels and Kegs (Canbar).
Snyder's Flats is a 100-hectare former gravel pit that has been restored as a natural area with ponds, new forests, grasslands and other features. The conservation area is on Snyder's Flats Road, west of Sawmill Road near the village of Bloomingdale in Woolwich Township .
At the St. Jacobs Farmers' Market there is an enormous selection of food products for all cultures and tastes. Choose from the many vendors offerings of delicious cheeses, breads, grass-fed beef, unique gluten-free pastas, lamb from down the road, preserves from each year’s harvest and so much more.
THEMUSEUM.ca DOWNTOWN KITCHENER © Copyright THEMUSEUM | All Rights Reserved | Terms | Privacy. THEMUSEUM acknowledges that we are on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishnawbe and Haudenosaunee peoples. THEMUSEUM is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land promised to the Six Nations that includes six miles on each side of the Grand River.
Waterloo Park has 6 general picnic areas, which are all open sites with picnic tables. Picnic areas #1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are located on the east side and Picnic area #9 is located on the west side. Picnic area #1 has hydro and water access available on request and Picnic area #2 has water access only.