There’s lots to do at Hamilton’s waterfront – just minutes away (driving) from Hamilton’s Jewish Community. The Waterfront Trolley is an inexpensive and wonderful way to experience the revitalized Hamilton Waterfront. Take a tour of the harbor on Hamilton’s Harbour Queen cruise, bring a picnic to Pier 4 Park, Rollerblade in the summer or Ice skate in the winter at the outdoor rink overlooking the water, or just sip a coffee at Williams Harbour front Coffee pub at trendy and picturesque Pier 8.
Hamilton Conservation Areas (HCA)
Life is better outdoors. Whether you’re interested in camping, hiking, swimming, cross country skiing or just getting a little closer to nature, Hamilton Conservation Authority has it all. Browse this section of our website to find information about our conservation areas as well as interesting attractions and places to visit.
Known as the City of Waterfalls, Hamilton has over 100 that you can visit.
http://www.waterfalls.hamilton.ca/default.asp?id=1 or http://www.cityofwaterfalls.ca/
Royal Botanical Gardens
Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) is the largest botanical garden in Canada and a National Historic Site with a mandate is to bring together people, plants and nature.
Hamilton’s Eruv was established in 1972, by Rabbi Mordechai Green and Rabbi Avrohom Price zt’l, and is comprised of man-made borders.
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