Categories: Arts & Culture, Family Fun, Museums, Outdoor Adventure, Top Event
Climb aboard HMCS Haida, a WWII tribal class destroyer turned museum ship, docked at Pier 9. The kids will love exploring all the nooks and crannies here.
Known as the "Fightingest Ship in the Royal Canadian Navy", this WWII destroyer is a fascinating piece of history permanently docked at Hamilton's waterfront. Get a taste to how sailors lived, worked and fought.
Easy to get to and a must-see when visiting Hamilton's waterfront HMCS Haida served in the Second World War, the Korean Conflict, and the Cold War. Families can get a guided tour to get up-close and personal with the decks of this tribal class destroyer and Hamilton gorgeous Bay.
HMCS Haida National Historic Site
658 Catharine Street North,
Hamilton, Ontario, L8L 4V7
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