San Diego Places

TripWhat's travel guide to San Diego; our list of the best things to see, including The Art Gallery of Hamilton, Workers Arts and Heritage Centre and Casbah Lounge.
  • The best place in San Diego: The Art Gallery of Hamilton

    The Art Gallery of Hamilton

    123 King Street West
    Founded in 1914, AGH is Ontario's third largest public art gallery, and boasts one of the country's finest collections. Its emphasis is on 19th-century European, Historical Canadian, and Contemporary Canadian art. In 2003, the AGH began a major renovation project, designed by Hamilton-born and raised architect Bruce Kuwabara. The revamped gallery opened in 2005 and includes a new 2,500-square-foot glass pavilion and Sculpture Atrium.
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  • Workers Arts and Heritage Centre

    Workers Arts and Heritage Centre

    51 Stuart St
    Preserving, honouring, and promoting the culture and history of all working people. Their mandate points in the social justice direction, the union direction and the community activism path.
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  • Casbah Lounge

    Casbah Lounge

    King West at Queen
    Best mid sized live music venue in the city. A large selection of craft beers are available in both rooms. Friendly atmosphere everynight.
  • Gorilla Cheese

    Gorilla Cheese

    The Streets
    AWESOMENESS!!!
  • McMaster Museum of Art

    University Av at Sterling St
    Tu,W,F 11AM-5PM, Th 11AM-7PM, Sa 12PM-5PM. Houses a nationally significant collection of more than 6,000 works of art, featuring a permanent collection and contemporary exhibitions, lectures and events.
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  • Parks Canada Discovery Centre

    57 Discovery Drive
    Houses state-of-the-art interactive exhibits in three galleries, a lobby and a 65-seat theatre, allowing visitors a virtual glimpse of Canada's national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas. Adjacent is HMCS Haida [14], offering self-guided tours of Canada's "fightingest ship".
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  • Canadian International Military Tattoo

    101 York Boulevard
    canadianmilitarytattoo.ca/pages/maps.html), ☎ 905-546-3100 or 1-888-523-1753. held annually each June in Hamilton. started in 1992, to celebrate the 125th birthday of Canada, the Region of Hamilton-Wentworth presented The Greater Hamilton Tattoo.
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  • Doors Open Hamilton

    usually held on the first weekend in May
    A division of Doors Open Ontario [19], it is an annual opportunity to discover the City, the Province of Ontario, and Canadian Heritage.
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  • Dundurn Castle

    610 York Blvd
    Canada Day to Labour Day: Daily: 10AM-4PM; Labour Day to Canada Day: Tu-Su: 12PM-4PM. One of Hamilton's most-recognized landmarks, Dundurn Castle is a National Historic site, illustrating the life and times of Sir Allan Napier MacNab (1798–1862). More of a stately home than a "castle", the still-impressive structure was completed in 1835. Features year-round programming, tours, restaurant and an on-site military museum.
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  • Canadian Football Hall of Fame

    58 Jackson St
    Has interactive programs, displays, a library, archives and is home to the Grey Cup.
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  • The Movie Palace

    526 Concession St
    , (905) 383-2641, [9] Offers first run movies and revue programming in a restored 1920s theatre complete with a kitschy Imperial Rome motif and booths. This venue closed in February, 2011 though it has enjoyed revivals through the decades.
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  • Spring Sushi

    Spring Sushi

    1508 Upper James St
    ~~It is MORE than sushi~~-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-\-
  • Black Forest Inn

    Black Forest Inn

    255 King St E
    The Black Forest is another Hamilton institution. Full of cuckoo clocks, this restaurant.and its army of servers in Bavarian costume move the crowds through with Germanic precision. Eat there and you'll find out why Hamiltonians keep coming back.
  • Turtle Jack's Muskoka Grill

    Turtle Jack's Muskoka Grill

    1180 Upper James St
    ...a destination for PREMIUM, casual dining...
  • Sapporo Restaurant

    Sapporo Restaurant

    96 Main St E
    Your satisfaction is our greatest passion!
  • Mulberry Street Coffeehouse

    Mulberry Street Coffeehouse

    193 James St. N
    of baked goods, savory muffins, sandwiches, quiche, soups, chile, and sweet treat
  • Rolly Rocket's

    Rolly Rocket's

    470 King St W
    For people who enjoy "Real Deal Authentic Wood Smoked BBQ" and all the taste and fun that is naturally part of the entire experience.
  • The Pheasant Plucker

    The Pheasant Plucker

    20 Augusta St
    Pleasure. Quality. Life
  • Earth to Table Bread Bar

    Earth to Table Bread Bar

    258 Locke St S
    Earth to Table is now a multi-faceted food union of 5 restaurants, a 100 acre farm, a farmer's market stall & cookbook.
  • Jack & Lois

    Jack & Lois

    301 James St. North
    Jack & Lois is a new restaurant on the new up and coming James St. in Hamilton. We are all about top shelf gourmet sandwiches you won't find anywhere else.
  • Bronzie's Place

    201 James St
    (Just North of St. Joseph's Hospital). Small basic Italian eatery. Large portions, inexpensive, and fast/friendly service. Nearly everyone goes home with another meal's worth in a doggybag.
  • Westdale Delicatessen

    893 King St
    Traditional Jewish deli. Hamilton's only kosher restaurant. 905-529-2605 Closed during Passover.
  • O Marineiro

    The Sailor
    North, serves a wonderful seafood platter.
  • Affinity Vegetarian Restaurant

    87 John Street South
    This is a totally vegetarian, Buddhist-themed Chinese/Asian-style restaurant. Much of the food is spicy, featuring faux-meat dishes. Reasonably priced and nice decor. Friendly staff.
  • Capri

    25 John St N
    First restaurant to serve pizza in Hamilton. Gangster movies filmed here. Real gangsters ate here too. Like the mafia in Hamilton, this restaurant is now somewhat faded. Try the pizza bianco.
  • Thai Memory

    25 King William Street
    Authentic Thai food with very reasonable prices. Located in the Downtown Theatre District.
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