Hamilton’s juxtaposition of stunning natural beauty, a metropolitan downtown, and an awe-inspiring industrial sector makes it one of the most intriguing places in the province. Cruise along its limestone cliffs to take in incredible vistas of the city, and explore over 120 of its breathtaking waterfalls
. Below the escarpment, the downtown offers plenty in the way of food, drink, and entertainment. In the afternoon Hess Village
may look like any other residential street with Victorian-style homes. But when the sun goes down, these houses transform into some of the city’s most happening bars and restaurants, which overflow into a massive street party on warm nights. Fortunately, The Rutherford House Bed and Breakfast
is not far away. Northeast of downtown lies Hamilton’s sprawling industrial sector, a landscape of gargantuan steel mills, shipping ports, and towers of fire. Perhaps the steel you ride upon was refined right here. Don’t miss an opportunity to cruise between the massive steel monoliths, or take in the impressive bird’s-eye view from high atop the Skyway Bridge.