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Welcome to Dyment’s Market and Bakery! Straight from the fields to you – we offer a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. We are famous for our sweet corn, picked three times daily with over 15 different varieties throughout the season! The Market and Bakery is open every day from Easter weekend until the end of December. We are your number one spot for seasonal fruits and vegetables, locally-raised meats and delicious baked goods! Treat yourself to a wide variety of every day tarts, pies, and breads brought to life in our in-store bakery.
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. Adult workshops and children’s activities are available upon request. The site offers rotating exhibitions featuring art and history, a summer concert series, award-winning pesticide-free gardens and a meeting place for local garden, historical and cultural groups.
Bicentennial 1812 Exhibit: Noose, Knife and Fire: The Bloody Assize
Saturday, March 3, 2012 to Monday, September 1, 2014
“You are to be drawn on Hurdles to place of execution, hanged by the neck but not until dead, cut down while alive and your entrails taken out and burnt before your faces, your heads cut off, bodies divided into four quarters, heads and quarters to be at the King’s disposal.” This exhibit explores Ancaster’s experience during the War of 1812, highlighting the Bloody Assize. Against the backdrop of the re-created courtroom of the former Union Hotel, view giant paintings of the prosecutors and accused, explore the evidence and judge for yourself. Discover the impact of the war on local farmers and residents, amidst the surroundings of an 1812 barn interior.
Farm stop and family fun
Farm stop and family fun
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.
Hamilton Electric Bikes offers rentals, service and sales for a variety of Electric Bikes. From our store you can easily reach the Chippewa Trail to Caledonia, the Red Hill Trail to Lake Ontario and the rail trail to downtown Hamilton. Please drop in for directions and/or to rent a bike.
Hamilton Guesthouse is a backpackers’ hostel located in downtown Hamilton, Ontario. We are quite a small facility and have been open since 2010. We are listed on hostelworld.com, backpackers.ca, booking.com and many other hosteling and accommodation sites and literature. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.
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.
Hutch’s classic combination of great food, fast service and 1950’s-style dining makes it one of the area’s most popular eateries.
Yamaha Ebike Dealer
Sales, Service, Parts, Accessories and Gear
Come and experience some of the finest cycling Routes in Southwestern Ontario. This furnished four bedroom house is perfect for groups of six cyclists; it is clean, had comfortable seating areas inside and out, and contains everything you need to be comfortable. A washer/dryer and detergent are provided, a locked garage with a pump will keep your bikes secure, and the grocery store and restaurants are all within a ten minute walk, Cook your meals in or eat out in the village!
We are cyclists as well and we enjoy sharing our favourite routes with you. The doors are electronically key-coded for your security. Free wi-fi, satellite TV, and so much more. Come stay for a few days or a week and explore the area.
This is where more and more of the semi-pros and national champions are chosing to train! Dundas even has a hill named after Clara Hughes, an Olympic cyclist who used the hill for her hill training!
Secure booking is available at VRBO.com house #717471
A Non-Profit Social Enterprise Bike Co-op in East Hamilton. We refurbish bikes for affordable transportation, offer bike repair, and teach members how to fix their own bikes through formal and informal instruction. A $5.00 annual membership fee provides members with access to tools, workspace and experienced advice.
Osler House is located on a private 1 1/2 acre property on one of the finest avenues in the quaint and historic prestigious Dundas neighbourhood of Hamilton. Dozens of restaurants, shops, and historic buildings are within a short walk or drive from the house, as well as beautiful nature trails, waterfalls, and waterways. Easily connected to the cycling in Hamilton’s rural areas.
Stay overnight in our caboose, farm stay. We provide you with everything you need to prepare a great breakfast. Take a train ride on our agricultural train Little Pudd, visit our wine shop, general store, cafe.