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Burlington

Country
Canada
State
Ontario
City
Burlington
Type of Location
Multiple
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Places to Visit
How to Reach

By plane

    * The Hamilton International Airport is the local airport which is just 30 minutes from Burlington.
    * Toronto's Lester B. Pearson International Airport is conveniently located within a short driving      distance from Burlington, around 45 or more minutes.
    * Niagara Falls NY and Buffalo NY International Airports are located about an hour's drive away.

By car

Burlington is easily accessible by highways 403, 407, and QEW.

By train

GO Transit operates regular train service to and from Toronto.

Key places to visit
Spencer Smith Park , Burlington Art Centre, Joseph Brant Museum, LaSalle Park, Royal Botanical Gardens


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Places to Visit

Spencer Smith Park

On July 1st, you can celebrate Canada's brithday in Spencer Smith Park and gather with dozens of others to wave the Canadian flag with pride and music.

Burlington Art Centre

The Burlington Art Centre has several meeting rooms available for rent for your business or social event. The Shoreline/Rotary Lakeshore Room, with a view of the lake, seats 200 and our cozy Fireside Room seats 40. The BAC also houses a magnificent conservatory, suitable for your special occasion photographs.

Joseph Brant Museum

Burlington’s community museum is a replica of the original homestead of Joseph Brant ‘Thayendanegea’ In 1798, the Mohawk and British captain was granted 3,450 acres at the ‘head-of-the-lake’ (Burlington Bay) by King George III, awarded for his services to the Crown during the Seven Years War and the American Revolution.

LaSalle Park

In 1915 this 57 acre parcel of land was purchased by the Hamilton Parks Board and called Wabasso Park. In 1926, to commemorate Sieur de La Salle's landing in the area the name was changed to La Salle Park. Today, the park is still owned by Hamilton with a lease agreement to Burlington, in which Burlington assumes all maintenance, operational, programming and management responsibilities for the park.

Royal Botanical Gardens

Canada’s largest botanical garden. It is comprised of several gardens and natural areas, spread out over 900 hectares, accessible by foot, car, and a RBG run shuttle bus.

Right Time to Visit

February - April
August - November

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