The 6-storey upscale Diamond Award Winning Courtyard by Marriott hotel in Burlington/Oakville features 135 guestrooms including 10 suites. Each room includes 55\” LED televisions with Netflix access, flexible workspace and plush bedding with Paul Mitchell grooming essentials. The hotel is conveniently located on the QEW, providing close proximity from Niagara Falls, Toronto and Pearson & Hamilton International Airports. Guests will enjoy our state-of-the-art BISTRO Restaurant/Lounge & Patio at the center of it all, serving breakfast, lunch & dinner. Our hotel also offers inviting, flexible workspaces with free Wi-Fi, a well-equipped fitness centre & indoor saltwater pool. Adjacent to the Burlington Convention Centre, we can accommodate any meeting needs with electric vehicle charging stations and ample free parking. Whether you’re here for business or pleasure, the nearby business, financial & shopping districts are only a few steps away. From work to tourist exploration, stay brilliant at Courtyard Burlington/Oakville in Canada’s number one mid-sized safest city.
Dundurn Castle: Discover this 40-room Italianate-style villa built in the 1830s on the former site of Burlington Heights; a fortified supply depot established by the British in 1813. Once home to Sir Allan Napier MacNab, railway magnate, lawyer and Premier of the United Canadas (1854-1856) and his family, today Dundurn Castle tells the story of the family who lived above stairs and the servants who lived and worked below stairs to support their affluent lifestyle. Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Corn-wall is the museum’s Royal Patron and the great, great, great granddaughter of Sir Allan MacNab. Experience unique and engaging cooking, craft and gardening workshops or custom-design your own for groups of 15 or more. The Kitchen Garden at Dundurn: William Reid was Sir Allan’s gardener for over 25 years. Explore his lovingly restored kitchen garden, where we use 1850’s tools and varieties to grow food for Dundurn Castle’s historic kitchen. Stop by the garden gate for the sights and scents of the 19th century. Hamilton Military Museum: Discover Canadian military history! Investigate the War of 1812, the Rebellion of 1837–38, the Boer War and World War I. See a reconstructed World War I trench, a medals display and our changing exhibit gallery. There is something for everyone, including games for children. The Coach House at Dundurn: Housed in an 1870’s Coach House, this unique, meeting and reception facility can accommodate groups up to 88 people. The Coach House is also home to The Castle Shop, featuring a variety of Canadian handmade crafts, souvenirs and special gifts.
Four Fathers is a premium micro-brewery that has found a home in an important, local historic landmark located right off the Speed River in Hespeler Village, Cambridge. We pride ourselves on specializing in fresh, hand-crafted beers, imaginative and delicious pub cuisine and a warm, welcoming atmosphere perfect for the whole family. Our brewpub and beer store are open daily. Take a trip off the beaten path, explore the historic Hespeler Village and stay for a beer or two.
The Hamilton Children’s Museum invites visitors to touch, build, experiment, invent, and imagine in a friendly, child-centred setting. The museum, housed in a former Gage family home, has been stimulating curiosities and providing opportunities for family learning for over 30 years.
Located in Gage Park, the Hamilton Children’s Museum
is the perfect place to explore and enjoy family fun year-round. Discover exhibits, workshops and special programs that encourage children and adults to learn through play by engaging in hands-on activities. Round off your experience with a visit to Gage Park and the four-season Tropical House.
Witness the social and mechanical life of Canada’s early industrial revolution. Housed in Hamilton’s first Waterworks, this National Historic Site preserves two 70-ton steam engines, perhaps the oldest surviving Canadian-built engines.
Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks is the last surviving structure of the original Mohawk Village settlement of 1784 that was settled by Joseph Brant in what is now known as Brantford. Mohawk Chapel, for short, was built in 1785 and today is the oldest surviving church in Ontario and one of three designated Royal Chapel’s outside of the UK. Mohawk Chapel features eight beautiful handcrafted stained-glass windows that tell the story of the Haudenosaunee peoples history. Mohawk Chapel’s Tour Season runs from May until October, open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am until 3pm. In our Off Season we take bookings such as tours, rentals, meetings, events, weddings and more by appointment only. Contact us: email@example.com
Hinterbrook Estate Winery is located on scenic Lakeshore Rd in Niagara-on-the-Lake. We are a small, family-run estate winery on a 30-acre vineyard which has been the family home since 1963. Come see our commitment to excellence and sustainability and enjoy refreshing air conditioning produced with solar power!
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Discover one of the finest examples of an intact historic home in Canada. Three generations of the McQuesten family lived at Whitehern from 1852 until 1968. Among the last generation were six children who never married. In 1959 the three surviving members of the family bequeathed the home to the City with all its original possessions. It contains elements from many time periods – Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian – dating up to 1939 when the Honourable Thomas McQuesten was Minister of Highways. Explore the heritage of Victorian ideas and possessions that influenced life at Whitehern on the eve of W.W. II.
Bike rack located behind City Hall, across the parking lot from Whitehern.