Places to stay in Dundas, Ontario
We currently have 8 accommodations in and around Dundas with other regional listings available for Hotels, Motor Inns, Inns, Campgrounds and other properties.
Dundas is a town in Ontario, 20 minutes East of Hamilton. Its nickname is the Valley Town. Notable events are the Buskerfest in early June, and the Dundas Cactus Festival in August. Dundas has many waterfalls within its region. The two most common visited waterfalls are Webster's Falls and Tew's Falls. Both waterfalls are accessible by the Bruce trail leading to the Dundas Peninsula. Local dining options include Quatrefoil Restaurant, Espresso Cafe, The Valley Charcoal, and Matsu Sushi.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Dundas is located close to Stavebank Creek, Orr's Lake, Bull's Point, Big Island and Mount Nemo.
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- Longitude: -79°57'24.726
- Latitude: 43°15'59.432
Canadian International Military Tattoo - 101 York Boulevard
Tap your toes to the stirring music of marching bands, pipes and drums and some of the world's finest military and civilian performers. The Tattoo is an annual event celebrating Canada's rich cultural heritage. The Tattoo performances, based on an ancient military tradition, are 2-1/2 hours long and feature a vast array of international military and civilian acts. Consistently recognized with awards our shows have been designated one of Ontario's Top 50 Events for 7 consecutive years
Adventure Village - 580 Van Wagners's Beach Road
It’s an Adventure Every Time! Get a hole-in-one on the multi-level Miniature Golf Course, hit a home run at the Batting Cages, spin on the Krazy Kars and climb to the top of Rocky Mountain. Still want more fun. bounce high on the Bungee Trampoline, win a battle at the Outdoor Laser Tag, mine for gemstones at Big Al’s Mining Camp and win fun prizes at the Arcade. It’s fun for all ages!! All this excitement will work up an appetite and you can enjoy a great meal at Big Al’s Cookhouse.
Edinburgh Square Heritage and Cultural Centre - 80 Caithness Street, PO Box 2056
Built in 1857, Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre occupies the former Caledonia Town Hall. The Centre presents the history of Caledonia and Haldimand County through permanent and temporary exhibitions and educational and outreach programming. Of note is the Gypsum display that hightlights the mining industry along the Grand River.The Centre also hosts exhibitions featuring area artists. Local history or genealogy may be researched in the Gillespie Clark Archive. The archive holds a complete collection of surviving editions of the Grand River Sachem from 1856 to present.
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