Things to see and do - Burlington
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Burlington Travel guide
Burlington : Michelin's recommendations
Founded on lands granted to Britain’s Iroquois ally Joseph Brant, Burlington is a pleasant city with lovely neighbourhoods, extensive parks and in the vicinity of the lake, very expensive houses. The city has taken advantage of its long waterfront to develop a recreational area featuring parkland, hiking trails, restaurants and entertainment venues.
Tourist attractions Burlington : Things to see and do
680 Plains-Rd. West CDN - Burlington L7T 4H4
Mediterranean garden conservatory houses vegetation from the five regions of the world that have this climate (the Mediterranean Rim, Southern Africa, Australia, California and Chile). Across the road the rose garden features magnificent displays (Ju..
1240 1240 North Shore Blvd. E. CDN - Burlington
Completed in 1938, this spacious, two-storey clapboard house is a reconstruction of the dwelling built by 1800 by Capt. Joseph Brant, a Mohawk war chief. Originally from New York state, Brant led the Six Nations warriors supporting the British in the..
2168 2168 Guelph Line CDN - Burlington
This restored homestead, with many original furnishings, gives an excellent idea of how British immigrants settled into Ontario. Completed in 1837 the house has been restored to show life at various periods throughout the 19C. The grounds offer an es..
2020 Lakeshore Road CDN - Burlington ON L7R 4G8
Nestled by Lake Ontario, this hotel in Burlington city centre offers an on-site pool, restaurant and free in-room Wi-Fi. It is located beside Spencer Smith Park, home to numerous festivals. Cable TV and in-room movies are available in each room. Gue..