|City of Hamilton
The City of Hamilton has established principles related to culture in order to recognize culture’s importance to our future as a community.
Event planning, applications, permits,
Grants and funding applications.
City run events.
Art in Public Places, Hamilton Arts Awards and the Arts Advisory Commission
Advisory Boards and Commissions, Recognition programs and Plaquing
Our Museums provide workshops and events, field trips for schools, venues for weddings and birthday parties, corporate rentals and staff appreciation programs.
Rows of farm fresh produce, fish, fresh baked goods, cheeses and speciality products from around the world.
The Hamilton & Scourge shipwrecks are the only complete 1812 warships in the world and are sitting in about 100 meters of water in Lake Ontario.
The City of Hamilton will mark the War of 1812 Bicentennial with commemorative events and activities.
We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the Hamilton Culture Facebook page! This new page will provide an inside look at the cultural work produced by the City of Hamilton’s Tourism and Culture Division.
Like us to explore the events, programming and projects we're working on and to discover the ways you can become engaged.
We’ll keep you in the loop about everything from festivals and events, activities at museums, Hamilton’s natural and cultural heritage, music, the City’s Cultural Plan, public art, creative industries, and local cultural highlights.
Hamilton Children's Museum Temporarily Closed for Repairs.
Details and updates available at www.hamilton.ca/childrensmuseum
St. Mark's as a cultural programming space?