Battlefield House Museum and Park National Historic Site

An early 19th century homestead once home to the Gage family and the scene of the Battle of Stoney Creek during the war of 1812. The Battlefield Monument stands as a symbol of peace and commemorates those soldiers who died on June 6, 1813. This historic site is located on 32 acres of parkland linked to the Bruce Trail, and is also home of the Nash-Jackson House. Visitors can tour the grounds as well as attend a number of events including historical lectures and the annual Re-enactment of The Battle of Stoney Creek.

The Cellar at Grandview is available to rent for weddings, social gatherings, or events and can seat up to 100 guests. Includes use of kitchenette, free parking, and is fully accessible. Contact for information and bookings.

Offers historic reenactments of the Battle of Stoney Creek the first weekend in June, each year.

Email: battlefield@hamilton.ca

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00-16:00

Wednesday:
12:00-16:00

Thursday:
12:00-16:00

Friday:
12:00-16:00

Saturday:
12:00-16:00

Closed on satutory holidays.
Website: https://www.hamilton.ca/attractions/hamilton-civic-museums/battlefield-house-mu…

77 King St W
Stoney Creek, ON
L8G 1H9

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Last Full Update
January 18, 2021