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Grimsby is a town on Lake Ontario in the Niagara Region, Ontario. Grimsby is a part of the Hamilton Census Metropolitan Area. The majority of residents reside in the area bounded by Lake Ontario and the Niagara escarpment. The escarpment is home to a section of the Bruce Trail. Local restaurants include Clausens Family Fair Restaurant & Catering, Souvlaki Hut Grimsby, Wild Wing, and Michel's Baguette Bakery Cafe.
Wondering where to stay? Travellers have a number of motel options available, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Grimsby is located close to Greensville, Charnwood, Streetsville Junction, Snider and Pelham Centre.
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- Longitude: -79°35'1.0679
- Latitude: 43°11'55.428
Things to see and do
Win Henstock Gallery
Located at 334 Lakeshore Road East. Win Henstock Gallery is a fine art gallery representing both Canadian and Internationally-acclaimed artists.
Art Gallery of Hamilton
Located at 123 King St West. Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario's third largest public art gallery and boasts one of the finest collections in Canada. The Gallery has three major collecting and programming strengths as seen in its 8,000-strong permanent collection: 19th-century European, Historical Canadian, and Contemporary Canadian.
Downtown Hamilton Ghost Walk
Located at PO Box 66. Our Ghost Walk of Downtown Hamilton takes you right to the heart of the City where you will learn about many local hauntings including The Royal Connaught Hotel, The Right House, Hamilton Place, Whitehern, St. Paul's Church and the link that puts Jack the Ripper in Hamilton just before the infamous Whitechapel murders in England.
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
Located at 9280 Airport Road, Hamilton International Airport. Canadian military aviation is explained through a collection of over 40 aircraft from WWII to the Jet Age, most in flying condition. "Canada's Flying Museum" is home to the only flying Avro Lancaster in North America. The museum, a distinctive delta-shaped building, also contains interactive displays and memorabilia. Vintage aircraft rides are available for a fee. Food service is available in our restaurant. All flights are dependant on weather conditions and aircraft availability.
Located at 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.
Canadian International Military Tattoo
Located at 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
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