Come join the Golden Horseshoe Live Steamers in the 1913 Electric Pump House for a steam train run day. Stay a while and build a bridge, try the bean bag coal toss and learn about simple machines.
The Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology is home to Hamilton’s first Waterworks built in 1859 to pump water from Lake Ontario to the citizens of Hamilton. Guided tours include a look at two 70 ton steam-powered engines preserved in their original context.
This is a free event. Regular admission rates apply for the museum.