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List of attractions in Hamilton, Ontario

 

List of attractions in Hamilton, Ontario

HMCS Haida, Pier 9, Hamilton, Ontario
Elephants at African Lion Safari.

Hamilton, Ontario has a large variety of historical sites and cultural and educational institutions.

Contents

  • Historical sites and museums 1
  • Cultural institutions 2
    • Art 2.1
    • Music 2.2
    • Theatre 2.3
  • Other popular attractions 3
    • Festivals 3.1
    • Sports 3.2
    • Parks, trails and waterfront 3.3
    • Tours 3.4
  • References 4

Historical sites and museums

Cultural institutions

Art

Dundurn Castle at Dundurn Park. (Summer)
Whitehern Museum

Music

  • Bach Elgar Choir
  • Boris Brott Summer Festival Hamilton, Dundas, Ancaster, Burlington[12]
  • ChamberWORKS! music ensemble (Hamilton)[13]
  • Hamilton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
  • Hess Village, a popular summer patio hangout. Many bars, clubs and restaurants feature live music and attractions all year round. Hess Street, downtown.
  • National Academy Orchestra of Canada (Hamilton, Dundas, Ancaster, Burlington)[14]
  • Opera Ontario[15]
  • Hamilton All Star Jazz Band[16]
  • Symphony Hamilton (Hamilton, Burlington)[17]

Theatre

Theatre Aquarius

Other popular attractions

Festivals

Sports

Parks, trails and waterfront

Hamilton Harbour Cruises via Hamilton Harbour Queen

Tours

  • [1] Haunted Hamilton ghost walks and events tour different historical locations around Hamilton, Ancaster and Niagara-on-the-Lake.

References

  1. ^ Green Venture EcoHouse
  2. ^ Hamilton Children's Museum
  3. ^ Hamilton Downtown Arts Centre
  4. ^ Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology
  5. ^ Nash-Jackson House
  6. ^ Workers Arts & Heritage
  7. ^ 270 Sherman
  8. ^ Arctic Experience Gallery
  9. ^ McMaster Museum of Art
  10. ^ Sunrise Gallery
  11. ^ Transit Gallery
  12. ^ Brott Music Festival
  13. ^ ChamberWORKS!
  14. ^ National Academy Orchestra of Canada
  15. ^ Ontario
  16. ^ [2]
  17. ^ Symphony Hamilton
  18. ^ Food & Drink Fest
  19. ^ [3]
  20. ^ [4]
  21. ^ Hamilton Fringe Festival
  22. ^ Mustard Festival
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