Hamilton has always been credited with having a vibrant arts scene. Toronto’s sky-high real estate prices are driving even more artist, musicians and chefs out of the city to set up shop in Hamilton. In addition to amazing art, music and food, Hamilton is home to the world’s largest collections of waterfalls, one of Canada’s most beloved football teams, amazing museums and heritage sites and so much more. We can’t wait for you to come and see for yourself why everyone is buzzing about “The Hammer”, but in the meantime check out local business offerings at Hometown Hub for delivery, e-commerce, gift cards and streaming services.
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Cameron Speedway & Amusements
Mon - SUN: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm All prices are per driver, no splitting of laps. Taxes Extra. Seasonal and weather permitting. $5.50 one lap/driver; $16.65 for 5 laps, no splitting laps, $25.52 for 10 laps, no splitting laps.
Requirements to drive alone are 9 yrs old & 54 inches tall . Must meet both requirements.Visit Website
Battlefield House Museum & Park – National Historic Site
Closed: Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day
Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Cost: Adults: $8.50, Seniors/Youth: $7.50, Children: $6.00, Infants: Free, Family: $25.00
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Hamilton is a city like no other in the region. A distinctive downtown filled with unique shops, cafés and delectable dining spots is matched by spectacular nature and outdoor activities, not to mention rich historical and heritage sites and a vibrant arts and culture scene.Visit Hamilton
Combining the charm of small town life with the amenities, shopping and culinary delights of major urban centres, Halton is truly something out of the ordinary.Visit Halton
Rich in culture and adventurous in nature, the county of Brant is a beautiful place to be any month of the year.Visit Brant
The scenic section of this 750-kilometre ridge of fossil-filled rock that runs all the way from Niagara to Tobermory offers endless inspiration for exploring.Explore the Niagara Escarpment
Stretching all the way from Niagara to Tobermory, the Bruce Trail is a four-season haven for hikers, cross-country skiers and snowshoeing enthusiasts.Explore the Bruce Trail
While being called lazy might be considered offensive to some, the Grand River doesn’t seem to mind. This Canadian Heritage River has some serious history and it’s in no big rush to change its ways.Explore the Grand River
When you’re ready to ignore the call of the mall and are tired of the urban sprawl, the small towns of Hamilton Halton Brant are waiting.Read More
Get to know these vibrant communities and you’ll be feeling like a local in no time!Read More
Home to Lake Ontario, Christie Lake, Valens Lake, Kelso Lake, Crawford Lake, Pinehurst Lake and the Grand River, there is no shortage of ways to spend a water-filled day here.Read More
With over 100 different waterfalls, Hamilton is known as the Waterfall Capital of the World.Read More
Hamilton Halton Brant’s conservation areas offer so much more than easy and affordable access to some of Ontario’s most stunning natural landscapes.Read More
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Just a short drive from Toronto, London, Kitchener-Waterloo, Niagara and Buffalo, all roads lead to Hamilton Halton Brant…