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Burlington, Canada

Royal Botanical Gardens

Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) is headquartered in Burlington and also owns wide natural areas and gardens lands in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It is one of the major tourist attractions between Niagara Falls and Toronto, as well as a significant local and regional horticultural, education, conservation, and scientific resource.

The 980 hectares (2,422 acres) of nature sanctuary owned by the Royal Botanical Gardens is considered an important plant biodiversity hotspot for Canada, with a very high proportion of the wild plants of Canada in one area; is an Important Bird Area according to Bird Studies Canada, and is part of the Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve.  More than 1,100 species of plants grow within its boundaries including the Bashful Bulrush (Trichophorum planifolium) which is found nowhere else in Canada, and the largest remaining population of Canada's most endangered tree, the Red Mulberry (Morus rubra). Both of these plants are listed as Endangered in Canada under the Species at Risk Act. In 2008, the RBG was designated as an Important Amphibian and Reptile Area by CARCNET, the Canadian Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Network.


Halton County Radial Railiway

The Halton County Radial Railway is a working museum of electric streetcars, other railway vehicles, trolleybusses and buses. It is controled by the Ontario Electric Railway Historical Association (OERHA). It is focused primarily on the history of the Toronto Transit Commission and its predecessor, the Toronto Transportation Commission (TTC), with a collection including PCC, and Peter Witt cars, earlier streetcars and Gloucester series and Montreal-built subway cars.


Glen Eden

This small resort for skiing & snowboarding provides 12 trails & a terrain park, plus dining options.


Art Gallery of hamilton

Art Gallery of Hamilton, is placed in the heart of downtown Hamilton, Ontario on King Street West. One of the oldest public art galleries in Canada and the third largest with a collection of over 10,000 works of art seeing close to 290,000 visitors a year.



Oakville Galleries

Oakville Galleries is a forum for engaging people with the questions that shape us as individuals, communities and cultures. In all aspects of its operations, the Galleries draws on contemporary art to facilitate reflection and discovery in unforeseeable and stimulating ways.

Oakville Galleries is a not-for-profit contemporary art museum. The Galleries reaches communities in Oakville, and wider audiences regionally, nationally and internationally. Oakville Galleries is composed of two previously independent sites: Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens and Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square. The galleries formally amalgamated in 1978.



Confundrum Escape Rooms

Amusement center in Burlington, Ontario


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