183 Centennial Pkwy. N.
Hamilton, ON L8E 1H8
Phone: (905) 560-4500
Fax: (905) 560-6223
183 Centennial Pkwy. N., Hamilton, ON, CA, L8E 1H8
- Phone: (905) 560-4500
- Fax: (905) 560-6223
The ribbon type waterfall is named as the Devil's Punchbowl Falls. Nestled within the Devil's Punchbowl Conservation Area, this waterfall was also referred to as Horseshoe Falls. This scenic site offers a lovely view of the entire Hamilton region and was also used as a backdrop in many movies and television series.
The Battlefield Falls or the Billy Green Falls is a picturesque site that beckons people with its serenity and scenic locale. You can simply enjoy the view, or take a stroll along its lovely surroundings.
The Felker's Falls is a beautiful waterfall that gushes from a height of 22 metres (72 feet). With the flow all year round, it is always abuzz with visitors who come here to spend a pleasant day.
Burlington Bay James N. Allan Skyway or the Burlington Bay Skyway was opened in October 1958. This Skyway connects the two important towns of Fort Erie and Toronto. The pure steel structure was sharply designed by John Turner Bell. This bridge overheads the Great Lakes, not disturbing the ship traffic underneath. This bridge is definitely worth a visit.
Spread across 8 hectares (20 acres) of vineyards are the Vinemount Estates that are regarded among the much acclaimed wine makers in Ontario. Their wines are a product of the well harvested and processed grapes from their own vineyard. From red wines to grapes juices and products, this place will not let you down.
The Buttermilk Falls is at its best after a heavy downpour, the visitors are treated to a frothy white cascade of water. These scenic falls also offer stunning views of the picturesque Red Hill Valley.
Albion Falls is a beautiful waterfall nestled in the Red Hill Valley. The scenic surroundings and lovely locale offer a serene atmosphere that is only interrupted with the thundering sound of the falls. While visiting these falls, you can also explore nearby landmarks like Buttermilk Falls, Felker's Falls, Confederation Park and Gage Park.
The Sauk City Public Library is open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., on Fridays until 5:30 p.m., and until 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
Offering the best courses and curriculum, this side of the country, is the Hill Park Secondary School. Apart from academics, the school focuses on the all round development of its students with a series of events and programs that include community services, art and culture. For more information, check out their website.
The beautiful park called the Beasley Park gets it's name from Richard Beasley, a multi-faceted personality, he was a farmer, businessman and much more. This public park features a skateboarding area and even has a center that hosts community events.
HMCS Haida (G63) is a tribal class warship which was launched in 1942. It served the Royal Canadian Navy from 1943 to 1963 and also during World War II. It sank more enemy ships than any other warship. Today, it stands as a museum and can be explored by visitors. Located on the waterfront of Hamilton, the destroyer is also designated as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1984. You can tour the ship and discover its engine room, the lower and upper decks or just marvel at its sheer grandeur.
The Christ Church Cathedral is best known for it's excellent architecture. This religious landmark has been serving the region since long and continues to strive for its betterment. For more details, check website.