Hmcs Haida National Historic Site, Hamilton
About Hmcs Haida National Historic Site, Hamilton
Hmcs Haida National Historic Site, Hamilton - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 658 Catharine St N, Hamilton, ON L8L 4V7, Canada
Ticket Price: 4 CAD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Historical Site, War Memorial, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Exhibition
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HMCS Haida ,originally built in England, was commissioned into the Royal Canadian Navy in 1943, has served in many battles during the World War. Decommissioned in1963 after having served loyally in a number of ground breaking wars, the HMCS Haida now stands proudly on the shores of Hamilton. The ship was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1984 by the federal government, and ownership was transferred to Parks Canada in 2002. Visitors can take a tour of this grand and wonderfully preserved vessel and relive the events of decades ago. The exhibits are beautifully displayed and the staff is highly knowledgeable about its history.
Hmcs Haida National Historic Site Ticket Prices
- Senior: $3.40, Youth: $1.90, Family: $9.80.
- School Groups, per student: $1.90.
How To reach Hmcs Haida National Historic Site by Public Transport
- Nearest Bus Stop: Burlington at Ferguson, Burlington at Mary
Restaurants Near Hmcs Haida National Historic Site
- Sarcoa Restaurant and Bar
- Gandad Donot
- Our Corner
- Weston Pizza And Wings
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Hmcs Haida National Historic Site, Hamilton Reviews - Write a Review
Super awesome boat to tour! It really takes you back. On the weekend it is common to find veterans there that either worked on her or a ship similar. I met a woman down in the boiler room that worked on a similar ship and she was a absolute sweetheart that had incredible library of knowledge about steam powered ships.
A chance to see how much ww2 was part of the the Canadian history. I truly wish she were in better condition. A fantastic experience for able bodied people. Very little wheel chair access for obvious reasons. Be prepared to spend an entire day here. It does get hot in the ship and plenty of climbing and squeezing through. Well worth the trip.
A destroyer that was used WW II and Korean War by Canadian Navy, converted to a Museum. You will have a great experience visiting the ship. It's a national historic site maintained by Parks Canada, located in Hamilton. If you visit Hamilton, this could be a nice addition to your "places to visit". Great Lake view. Nice friendly volunteers to show you and answer all your questions.
We've been here 3 times so far - twice on our own and once with a school tour. Very reasonable pricing and tons to see and do! The last Canadian destroyer left, lots of war history to learn about and how the ship and crew operated. It's very tight in spaces, lots of up and down ladders, high walkways and roped sides, but we've done it with a keen eye on small kids, while pregnant and with a baby in a carrier.
Very amazing ship, tentative staff and a whole lot of fun. This is not a ship that you would want to spend your whole day at, it usually takes about an hour or so to get around the entire ship. I would definitely recommend this place to anybody looking for a cool spot to take their kids or even a cool spot to hang out and just explore
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