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11 Activities to do This Summer in Hamilton

11 activities to do this summer in hamilton ontario - Bruha

 

11 Activities to Keep You Busy This Summer in Hamilton.

 

No time to waste, let’s get right to them!

 

1 | Visit the Waterfalls

 

Notoriously known for the amount of waterfalls that Hamilton has, it should come as no surprise that this is number one on our list. With the warm weather now here, it’s time to start mapping out your waterfall routes for this summer.

 

First time gallivanting the falls? Start with the ones below.

 

Webster’s Falls, Tews Falls, Albion Falls, Chedoke Falls, Tiffany Falls, Sherman Falls.

 

Summer Activities to do in Hamilton - Webster FallsPhoto Cred: conservationhamilton.ca

 

2 | Jog, Blade, or Bike Around Bayfront Park

 

There’s something meditative and energizing at the same time about keeping active in the warm weather, while being close to the water. This summer grab your running shoes, your roller blades or even your bike and go for a few laps around Bayfront Park.

 

3 | Life’s a Beach

 

While we’re not known for our beaches, we do in fact have a beach! This summer take a stroll down to Van Wagners Beach with your friends and family to enjoy a little sun and taste a different side to the city that you might not have before.

 

Make sure to take a pit stop at Hutch’s on the Beach and Barangas on the beach for some food and entertainment!

 

summer activities to do in hamilton - hutches on the beach

 

4 | Royal Botanical Gardens

 

Serving as a major tourist attraction between Niagara Falls and Toronto, the RBG (Royal Botanical Gardens) consists of five garden areas to visitors: Hendrie Park, RBG Centre (which includes the Mediterranean Garden, RBG’s only conservatory), The Arboretum, Laking Garden, and the David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock Garden.

 

In fact, the natural lands of Royal Botanical Gardens include some of the most significant wildlife and native plant areas in Canada, just one of the many reasons to make a visit this summer.

 

5 | Trail ’till you Fail

 

Just like the waterfalls, Hamilton has an abundance of great trails that are just waiting for you to explore them! Go for a walk, run, roller blade, bike, you name it. It’s a great way for you to get out there either by yourself or with your friends and experience a different side to the city that you haven’t explored yet.

 

Here’s Tourism Hamilton’s list of Hamilton’s Hottest Hiking Trails.

 

6 | Stairways to Heaven The Mountain Brow

 

Haven’t had a walk (or run) up the Wentworth or Kenilworth stairs yet? This summer is your time.

 

I personally guarantee you that you’ll feel like Rocky when you reach the top of the stairs and you’re overlooking the mountain view. And if you don’t, well at least you got a good sweat on.

 

 

7 | Beer Diaries: Exploring the Craft Breweries

 

Over the past couple of years Hamilton has become a bit of a craft beer destination thanks to the likes of Collective Arts Brewing, Merit Brewing, Fairweather Brewing, Grain and Grit Beer Co., and Shawn and Ed Brewery.

 

Looking for an already mapped-out brewery guide? Checkout The Heart of Ontario’s True Brew Path. And while you’re out exploring, make sure to download the Craft Beer Passport to enjoy a $2 craft beer at each stop!

 

8 | Park Events and Festivals

 

You knew this one was coming didn’t you? We are an event platform, after all.

 

As you might have guessed, there is a lot of great entertainment and events taking place this summer (and every summer) in Hamilton. Some notable events and festivals to keep an eye out for include: The Festival of Friends, Gore Park Summer Promenade (presented by the Dwntwn BIA), Seven Sundays in Gage Park, and  Collective Arts Brewing’s Liquid Art Festival to name a few.

 

9 | Music Mondays

 

Great music exists in Hamilton, period.

 

In celebration of Canadian Music Week (May 7 to 14) the City and the Hamilton-Music Advisory Team have launched a new live music series every Mondays outside at City Hall at noon for the months of May and June. These performance will take place in the Forecourt outside of Hamilton’s City Hall.

 

Music Monday will run every Monday at 12 to 1 pm from May 7 to June 25 (rain or shine).

 

10 | Wild Water Works

 

Cool off and beat the heat by spending a day at Hamilton’s Wild Water Works.

 

Wave pool, anyone?!

 

summer activities to do in hamilton - wild water works

 

11 | Sweets and Treats

 

There’s nothing better than beating the heat (and those cravings) than giving in to something that’s either cold or sweat, ideally both!

 

A few of my personal favourites include: Panini & Ice Cream, Chocolate on James, Henry Brown’s Small Batch Ice Cream, and Amo Gelato Caffe.

 


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Kristian is an Entrepreneur, Marketing Professional and the Co-Founder, Head of Growth at Brüha. Craft beer, great coffee, and food are his Kryptonite. You'll likely find him on social media or out and about exploring local venues and meeting new people.