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Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum

Photo of Fieldcote Museum

Location:
64 Sulphur Springs Rd. (map)
Ancaster, Ontario L9G 1L8

Phone: 905-648-8144
Fax: 905-648-4857
Email: fieldcote@hamilton.ca

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Admission Rates

  • $3.50 Adults (18-59)
  • $3.00 Seniors (60+)
  • $3.00 Students * (13-17)
  • $2.50 Child (6-12)
  • FREE Infant (5 and under)
  • $10.00 Family **

* Student = 13-17 or with valid student ID
** Family = two adults and dependant children under 18

Hours of Operation

Year-round: Open Tuesday to Saturday: 1 pm to 5 pm or by appointment.

Guests are welcome to wander through the gardens any time.

Closed Mondays, Good Friday, Canada Day (July 1), and Christmas Day through New Year’s Day.


Events, Workshops and Exhibitions

Call for entries

Shades of Grey: The Art of Black and White Photography Exhibition

Offering over 100 annual festivals, events, workshops and exhibitions, Hamilton Civic Museums provide hours of entertainment for the entire family.

Events at Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum

Events at other Hamilton Civic Museums
 


Educational and Community Programming

All Hamilton Civic Museums offer programs suitable for elementary school students, secondary school students, and community groups such as Scouts and Guides. If you would like a detailed outline of any of our programs, or if you require a customized program for your group, contact the individual museum directly.

Weddings, Parties and Celebrations

Corporate Rentals and Group Tours


History of Fieldcote Memorial Park & Garden

Fieldcote is a cultural heritage centre with an emphasis on the collection, preservation and exhibition of local history, the promotion of fine arts and the celebration of natural heritage through beautiful landscaped gardens and walking trails.

Adult workshops and children's activities are available upon request. The site offers rotating exhibitions featuring art and history, a summer concert series, award-winning pesticide-free gardens and a meeting place for local garden, historical and cultural groups.