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Hamilton, ON Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 14
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,433
Convention Center Space 160,944 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $175
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $130
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $226

Hamilton, ON Things to Do and Attractions

Art Gallery of Hamilton

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With a history that goes back to 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is the province's 3rd largest public gallery, boasting over 9,000 works of art. The pieces include works from Europe and both historical and contemporary Canadian art. Guests of the

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Canadian Football Hall of Fame

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Since opening its doors in Hamilton in 1962, the Canadian Football Hall of Fame has been a must-see for football fans from around the world. Three main exhibits adorn the halls, including Heritage Zone where guests can learn about the history of

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Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

A living museum in the heart of Hamilton, the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum features aircraft used by Canadians and the Canadian Military from the beginning of World War II up to present-day. An interactive museum, visitors can experience the

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Dundurn Castle

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A national historic site, Dundurn Castle celebrates the life and times of Sir Allan Napier MacNab, one of Canada's first premiers. Completed in 1835 after three years of construction, Dundurn Castle has since been restored to its original 1855

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HMCS Haida

Hamilton's Pier 9 is home to the imposing HMCS Haida, the only ship remaining of 27 Tribal Class destroyers that were built for the Royal Canadian Navy, the Royal Navy and the Australian Navy between 1937 and 1945. Run by Parks Canada, this

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Puddicombe Estate Farms & Winery

Seven generations of Puddicombes have worked this family fruit farm, and today they bring years of knowledge and fine products to their cherished guests. Beginning as a meager cattle farm in 1797, the land eventually evolved into a fruit farm and

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Club Seventy Seven

As Hamilton's largest club, this upscale nightlife venue features an intelligent lighting system, plasma televisions and two DJ booths. The club has room for up to 1,000 patrons, and with popular weekly specials, it certainly makes use of the ample

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Corktown Pub and Fare

Newly renovated in classic dark wood, this old-world pub boasts a prime location along Young Street and a reputation as the most popular live music venue in the city. Nightly specials include Wednesday's jazz jam night, Thursday's indie night and

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Flamboro Downs

Touted as Canada's fastest half-mile track, Flamboro Downs brings its patrons live harness racing Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday evenings during the summer at 6 PM with at least 10 races per night. Guests can opt to watch the races

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Geritol Follies Variety Show

This hilarious extravaganza combines dance, music and laughs from talented artists over 60 years old who bring an energy and unique spirit to the stage that can't be found elsewhere. The troop of 90 entertainers performs throughout the year at

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Hamilton Harbour Queen Cruises

The Hamilton Harbour Queen is fit to offer visitors a new and unique perspective of the city. Over 50,000 guests have sailed the waters on the Queen, which boasts the notoriety of being the only public dining cruise experience in the city. The

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Hamilton Tour Boat

TThe Hamilton Waterfront Trolley provides an insider's look at the city's gorgeous waterfront. The 37-passenger trackless trolley travels 12 kilometers along the shoreline and the western portion of the harbor. Passengers enjoy the conductor's

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Hamilton Waterfront Trolley

The Hamilton Waterfront Trolley provides an insider's look at the city's gorgeous waterfront. The 37-passenger trackless trolley travels 12 kilometers along the shoreline and the western portion of the harbor. Passengers enjoy the conductor's

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Haunted Hamilton Ghost Walks

Along with Hamilton's rich history comes many tales of hauntings in the Niagara region. Haunted Hamilton Ghost Walks offers four different tours including that of the spooky Hermitage Ruins, one of the area's most well-known haunted properties, and a

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Liquid Kitty

This club hotspot in Hamilton's downtown district features live music Thursday through Saturday. The classy, yet funky atmosphere is home to a mature crowd looking for a relaxing night spent lounging on plush cotton couches or sipping one of its many

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Opera Hamilton

In a city known to be the heart of Canada's manufacturing industry, a night at the opera might seem a bit out of place. But those who frequent the productions by Opera Hamilton know it fits right in among a diverse community. From The Magic Flute

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Pepper Jack Café

The popular Pepper Jack Cafe is known for hosting some of the best live entertainment in Canada, from local bands to big headliners. A restaurant by day, this hotspot heats up every evening with entertainers from all areas of the arts world including

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The Staircase

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Architecturally stunning, this theatre/caf gets its name from the cast iron spiral staircase running through the building. Originally built as a hydro-transformer substation in 1914, the building was purchased and turned into the Staircase Theatre in

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1010 Bistro

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This famous bistro in Westdale Village serves up an eclectic mix of French and Italian cuisine with a little continental. Diners can feast on mouth-watering selections such as caramelized goat cheese and Maryland Blue crab cakes as appetizers while

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Acclamation Bar & Grill

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The menu at Acclamation is as diverse as the neighborhood it calls home. Located along James Street North, this fine dining establishment boasts warm tones and an abundance of beautifully carved wood features, a granite bar, leather furniture and

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Ancaster Old Mill

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This choice Hamilton restaurant brings together the best of local produce, fresh food and an innovative and inspired chef. The historic vine-covered building and lushly landscaped grounds have been updated with modern amenities to form the perfect

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Dragon Court

An elegant dining experience, the Chinese restaurant Dragon Court sets the scene with exquisite Chinese calligraphy adorning the walls and Chinese-style dcor that incorporates modern amenities. Famous for its large menus, Dragon Court serves up both

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Fisher's Pier 4 Pub & Fare

Located in Hamilton's north end, this full-service seafood restaurant and pub offers its patrons more than just great food and breathtaking patio-side views of the bay. Guests can also enjoy activities along with their meal including beach

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Adventure Village

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Designed for true family entertainment, Adventure Village in Hamilton's Confederation Park is three acres of serious fun on the shores of Lake Ontario. Visitors enjoy an 18-hole miniature golf course, batting cages, bumper cars and game rooms full of

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Flamboro Speedway

Visitors looking for fast-paced excitement enjoy the finest stock car racing in Ontario at Flamboro Speedway. Featuring some of the best drivers and fastest cars in the region, the banked speedway has a long history in the area dating back to 1961.

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Parks Canada Discovery Centre

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Located on the water's edge of Lake Ontario, this state-of-the-art, interactive center provides visitors a one-stop look at Canada's national parks including historic sites and marine conservation areas. Guests can tour through a number of different

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Wild Waterworks

Located in Confederation Park, just off of the Centennial Parkway in Hamilton, Wild Waterworks makes a splash on Hamilton's amusement scene. The park boasts four different tube waterslides that range in size, as well as Canada's largest outdoor wave

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Binbrook Conservation Area

Home to the largest inland lake in the Niagara Watershed, this conservation area in the Niagara region is a hub of activity all year. During the summer months, the 1,000-acre park hosts a number of water activities including windsurfing, fishing and

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Bruce Trail

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The extensive hiking system of Bruce Trail encompasses nearly 850 kilometers of main trails plus over 400 kilometers of side trails that wind through the majestic Niagara Escarpment. Nature enthusiasts and fitness lovers can enjoy incredible views of

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Felker's Falls

Bursting out of Felker's Creek is this over 20-meter-high ribbon waterfall that flows year-round. As part of the Hamilton Conservation Authority, this well-maintained natural attraction in the heart of the city, along with the surrounding property,

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Royal Botanical Gardens

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The lush setting of the Royal Botanical Gardens offers a little bit of paradise to visitors. With an outstanding 2,700 acres of gardens and nature sanctuaries, the gardens are truly a living museum that serves to enhance the understanding of the

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