Hamilton’s waterfront has evolved over the past decade and two wide, paved trails provide easy access for cyclists and roller bladers who want to check it out.
The Hamilton Waterfront Trail is a 7.5-km trail that follows the Hamilton Harbour from Cootes Paradise all the way to the site of the HMCS Haida, a historic Tribal-class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy.
The Hamilton Beach Recreation Trail is an 8-km route from Burlington to Stoney Creek that features interpretative panels describing the history of Hamilton’s waterfront and how it’s been restored.
The exhibition runs from October 15, 2021 to January 8, 2022. Museum hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 3:30pm. In accordance with COVID-19 protocols, the Museums of Burlington has procedures in place to allow the public to safely enjoy the galleries and exhibitions currently on view. Visitors to the Museum are asked to pre-pay admission online for a designated entry time. Entry times are available on the 1/2 hour. Walk-in visitors will be accommodated space permitting.Visit Website
Time: Daily, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Admission is free!
Your reservation is valid during the time block you select. Your selected time indicates your 2 hour arrival window, plan the start of your visit anytime during that 2 hour window.Visit Website
To Book: Book on line at www.grand-experiences.com or call us at 1-888-258-0441
Note: need to enter a date to order on-line but dates are flexible & can be changed at any time.
Availability: This trip is offered daily, between: Apr 8, 2021 and Oct 30, 2021
$79.95 - per paddler, plus 13% Tax;
$89.95 - per paddler, plus 13% Tax;
$19.95 - per non-paddler, sitting in the middle, plus 13% Tax
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