Climb aboard Canada’s “Fightingest Ship” docked at Hamilton’s beautiful waterfront.

This WWII tribal class destroyer turned floating museum ship gives families a taste of how sailors lived, worked and fought.

Picture yourself here.

Adventure highlights:

  • Have fun exploring all the nooks and crannies of this Parks Canada site that served in WWII and the Korean conflict.
  • Choose from one of several behind the scenes tours and learn how torpedoes fired or how sailors really lived below deck (sleeping hammocks and all)
  • Next door, enjoy trolley tours, rollerskating, boat cruises and ice cream cones along Hamilton’s pretty waterfront.

HMCS Haida National Historic Site

www.pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/on/haida/index_E.asp

haida.info@pc.gc.ca

658 Catharine Street North,

Hamilton, ON , L8L 4V7

905-526-6742

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