Hamilton is a port city in Southern Ontario. Since most of the steel industry in Ontario is concentrated in this city, Hamilton has been nicknamed “The Steel City of Canada”, or simply “Steeltown” for short. With a population of 747,545, Hamilton is the third largest metropolitan area in Ontario.
Early to Bed
Bang For Your Buck
Plenty of Pubs
Take the tour
The Royal Botanical Garden is one of the largest botanical gardens in Canada by having 980 hectares.
Hamilton also holds the title of “The Waterfall Capital of the World” because the city has over 130 waterfalls that can be discovered around the city.
The first Tim Hortons opened in Hamilton.
The city has 153 km of cycling lanes and 49 km of hiking trails.
The Winona Peach Festival has been celebrating the local peach harvest since 1967.
A booming economy, a vibrant cultural scene, and picturesque surroundings.
A ‘cheaper than Toronto’ suburb.
Hamilton boasts mainly spacious single family homes in quiet subdivisions.
Hiking the scenic Bruce Trail and taking in the natural beauty of the Niagara Escarpment.
Hamilton’s world-class art scene is celebrated each year at Supercrawl.
At one of Hamilton’s trendy new restaurants, you’ll taste why foodies flock to this city.
Boasting many world-class educational institutions, Hamilton is home to students, academics, and professionals.