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Best things to do in Hamilton

Galería de arte
“Just the right size for spending a few hours viewing a diverse collection of modern and classical sculptures and paintings”
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“Getting back to nature... this is the place to go. A beautiful horticultural experience. Check out the website for the various locations.”
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“Get up close and personal with the wild! Train ride. Boat ride. Watching the elephants take a bath - watch out, you could get sprayed:) So many animals to see! The water park is great for younger ones, very refreshing on a hot day.”
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History Museum
“Take the tour inside and see early 'luxury living' as well as the servants kitchen and where soldiers camped in battle - surprisingly entertaining! Don't want to go inside? The grounds are great for strolling through as well as lovely views - especially if you keep walking out to the bridge and even further along you'll find the Royal Botanical Gardens”
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“Head west on Strachan St and you'll soon see the Bay, and Bayfront park. There is a paved trail ideal for walking, running or cycling. ”
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Farmers Market
“This year round indoor market is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ”
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Football Stadium
“The Hamilton Tiger Cats games are a ton of FUN. We always check out a game or two every season.”
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Centro comercial
“A little farther to get to but has the largest selection of stores in the area.”
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“Locke Street has numerous restaurants, offering all different types of food. ”
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“This mall has everything you need , from shopping to comfort food . There is also a plaza just across the street with a McDonalds and a Tim Hortons. ”
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Business Center
“Hamilton Art Crawl on the second Friday of every month is on James Stree North. But every day, year round, with Jackson square on the corner, don't miss all that James Street North and South has to offer...Restaurants, Bars, Coffee shops, Bakeries, Stores galore, Art Galleries, and more. Drive in 10 - 15 minutes, take the bus for only a few dollars (20 minutes), or a cab for around $10. ”
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“The largest park in central Hamilton, Gage Park is host to many old trees, a great historical fountain, the Hamilton Greenhouses, and recently completed Tropical Greenhouse. Gage park also hosts many festivals during the summer season. ”
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Hockey Arena
“First Ontario Centre hosts many different events throughout the year. From OHL games to Kevin Heart”
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“Hamilton is home to many waterfalls. If you love to check out unique things, be sure to check out some or all of them while your here.”
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“Beautiful and fun and some words I would use to describe this park. It's also one of the main reasons I moved my family to Burlington. This park becomes lit with Christmas lights in the Winter and there is outdoor skating. In the summer there is a splash pad and a walking trail running along Lake Ontario.”
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“This park has excellent trails and many are not on the maps. There are also excellent trails on the East side of the river off of Bronte Road access not just on the West side. ”
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