Art Gallery of Hamilton
The Art Galleary of Hamilton was founded in 1914 and is now Ontario's third largest public art gallery. It also owns one of the finest collections in Canada. In total the gallery has over 8,500 pieces.
Completed in 1835, this National Historic site exemplifies the life and times of Sir Allan Napier MacNab, a wealthy and powerful lawyer, landowner and railway magnate during the 19th century.
The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum features more than 40 aircraft, from vintage WWII aircraft to modern jets that have been flown by Canadian military and civilians. The museum, which is fully handicapped accessible, is located adjacent to Hamilton’s J. C. Munro Int’l Airport.
HMCS Haida National Historic Site of Canada
Board the WWII Tribal Class destroyerand experience a floating memorial and naval museum.
Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology
The museum illustrates what life was like at the beginning of Canada's industrial revolution, featuring many exciting exhibits including two, 45-foot high, 70-ton steam engines that were used more than 140 years ago.
McMaster Museum of Art
Established in 1967, MMA presents dynamic exhibitions of historical, modern and contemporary art in five galleries with complementary programs and is home to the University’s internationally recognized art collection of more than 6,000 objects.
W. J. McCallion Planetarium
Gaze at the stars and observe astronomical objects visible in the night sky as well as astrophysically interesting objects that are too faint to be seen with the unaided eye. All shows are given by a live presenter to allow for vibrant interaction. For upcoming shows click here:
Hamilton’s Eruv was established in 1972, by Rabbi Mordechai Green and Rabbi Avrohom Price zt’l, and is comprised of man-made borders.
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