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  • 1 Museum of Steam and Technology Interesting

    Museums and art

    900 Woodward Av. (sud de Queen-Elisabeth Way) CDN - Hamilton L8P 4Y5

    Hamilton's former water-pumping station, completed in 1859, now provides a rare example of 19C steam technology. The engine house contains two Gartshore steam-powered beam engines in full working order. They once pumped as much as 5 million gallons o..

  • 2 City Centre (Hamilton) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    CDN - Hamilton L8P 4S8

    Downtown has several attractive buildings, in particular City Hall; the Education Centre; the Art Gallery; and Hamilton Place, a cultural centre with two theatres. A few blocks west is Hess Village (junction Hess and George Sts.), a collection of att..

  • 3 Art Gallery (Hamilton) Interesting

    Museums and art

    123 King-St. West CDN - Hamilton L8P 4S8

    This distinctive concrete structure stands across a plaza from City Hall. Its attractive interior is open and airy with wooden ceilings. Changing exhibits from its extensive permanent collection are displayed, as well as visiting shows.

  • 4 Dundurn National Historic Site Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    610 York Bd CDN - Hamilton L8R 5H1

    This grand stone house with its NeoGothic portico stands on a hill overlooking Hamilton Bay. The residence was completed in 1835 by Sir Allan Napier MacNab, soldier, lawyer, politician and member of the Family Compact. From 1854 to 1856 MacNab served..

  • 5 Whitehern House and Garden

    Museums and art

    41 Jackson-St. West CDN - Hamilton L8P 1L3

    In small but pleasant gardens surrounded by Hamilton's city centre, it reflects the life of a prosperous Ontario family between the years 1840 and 1960. The McQuestens, who arrived in Hamilton in the early 19C, were pioneers in the heavy industry tha..

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