1. Go for a walk
Enjoy walking or running along one of the many waterfront pathways that stretch for nearly 12km along the Hamilton Waterfront!
You can find the Hamilton Waterfront Trail on Google Maps.
2. Waterfront Trolley
The Hamilton Waterfront Trolley is a fantastic way to explore the waterfront and learn more about its interesting and unique history. This 37-passenger trackless trolley allows both young and old the opportunity to travel along Hamilton’s 12km Waterfront Trail.
3. HMCS Haida National Historic Site
Take a glimpse into the history of wartime naval service aboard the HMCS Haida. A tribal class destroyer that served in the Second World War, the Korean Conflict and the Cold War. Located at 658 Catherine Street North in Hamilton, this piece of history is a must visit for Hamilton residents and tourists alike.
You can learn more by visiting their website here.
4. Rent a bike
Enjoy the simple pleasure of riding a bike (or a Surrey) along the 12 kilometres of waterfront trails embedded into the Hamilton Harbour shoreline.
The full Summer 2018 schedule can be found here.
Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair!
6. Sightseeing aboard the Hamilton Harbour Queen
Explore the Hamilton Harbour from a different perspective on one of our sightseeing cruises!
Learn the interesting and unique history of Hamilton Harbour, the busiest of all Canadian Great Lakes ports, while taking in scenic views of the city.
Pier 4 Park
High Level Bridge
LeSalle Park & Marina
Port facilities for lake freighters
Canadian Warship - HMCS Haida
We can't wait to see you aboard the Queen!
Tickets from $10.80