Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology

Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology

(History > Heritage Site, Arts and Culture > Museum, Tours > Other)

  • Kid friendly
  • LGBT

Hamilton's first Waterworks pays tribute to the social and working life of the early industrial revolution and the spirit of Canada's 'Ambitious... City'. The museum preserves the oldest surviving Canadian-built 70-ton steam engines - one of which is set in motion daily for demonstration purposes. Experience on-demand guided tours and special events for the whole family including Live Steamer Days from May through October.

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Features

Accessibility

  • Accessible parking

    At least one identified, reserved parking space with a safe, clearly marked accessible route from the designated parking area to an accessible building entrance.

  • Accessible washroom

    An accessible washroom stall has adequate manoeuvring room for mobility devices. Includes grab bars, transfer space, accessible door latch, sink with knee clearance, and lever handles or automatic sensor faucets.

Facilities

  • Gift/Souvenir shop
  • Picnic areas
  • Public washroom

Language Services

  • English

Services

  • Currency exchange
  • Guided tours
  • Parking available
  • Public transit accessible

Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology
900 Woodward Avenue
Hamilton, L8H 7N2

Phone: (905) 546-4797

Open:

Year Round