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Dundurn National Historic Site
Visit Dundurn Castle, the magnificent home of Sir Allan Napier MacNab, one of Canada's first premiers. Discover mid-19th-century Hamilton on your tour of more than 40 rooms on three floors. Experience life in a grand country home for the MacNab family and the servants working below stairs
Whitehern Historic House & Garden National Historic Site
Prominently situated in a walled garden, Whitehern is an outstanding example of a mid 19th century urban estate that reflects the alterations made by three generations of the McQuesten family.
The Hamilton Military Museum
Burlington Heights, where Dundurn Castle stands today, was occupied by the British military from 1813 -1815. Housed in Battery Lodge, the Hamilton Military Museum tells the story of the people who lived in the area during the War of 1812. Blood Ties to a Gentle Landscape showcases the historical figures of this area through documentary evidence, period artifacts, and stories passed down through generations. Explore the Hamilton and Scourge – Sunken Sunset exhibit, view a film, and experience life as a soldier in our Discovery Gallery. Through artifacts and images the First World War exhibit located in The Coach House reveals the impact the war had on those who fought in it.
Hamilton Children's Museum
The Hamilton Children's Museum is an exciting and interactive destination for young children. Learning through play is the focus of the museum. Children and their adults can explore and participate in many activities, special events and the museum’s three galleries - all year long.
Fieldcote Memorial Park & Museum
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.
Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology National Historic Site
Take a peek into life at the beginning of Canada's industrial revolution. This magnificent example of 19th century public works architecture preserves two 45-foot high, 70-ton steam engines which pumped the first clean water to the city over 140 years ago.
Battlefield House Museum & Park National Historic Site
The Gage Homestead, built in 1796, captures the way of life during the early 19th century. During the War of 1812, the family fled to the cellar as the Battle of Stoney Creek raged outside. Today, the Battlefield Monument stands as a symbol of peace and commemorates those soldiers who died on June 6, 1813.
Hamilton & Scourge War Ships
The Hamilton and Scourge were merchant vessels that were sunk on August 8, 1813 during a sudden storm on Lake Ontario. Now resting in approximately 300 feet of water on the bottom of the lake they remain remarkably well preserved after 200 years.
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