Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology National Historic Site
Hamilton Civic Museums

The Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology is now open Wed-Sun with modified programming. Visit the website for more details.

This museum is housed in a 160-year-old waterworks, with the site containing two 70-ton steam powered water pumping engines, perhaps the oldest surviving Canadian-built engines. The museum offers guided tours, various permanent and changing exhibits, and features special events for the whole family, including Live Steamer Days from May through September.

The Woodshed 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.

900 Woodward Ave
Hamilton, ON
L8H 7N2
Hours: Tue-Sun 12 noon-4 pm
Dates: OPEN ONLY WED-SUN DUE TO COVID-19
Phone: 95-546-4797

Eligibility

Open to all.

Application

No application needed.

Fees

Admission - Various admission fees. Free with a Hamilton Public Library Card.

Accessibility

Unknown

Languages

English

Areas Served

Hamilton (City of)

Agency Type

Local Government