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Battlefield House




Experience life in the early 19th century when you visit our "living history" museum.


Take our virtual tour

Battlefield Park



The Museum is surrounded by 32 acres of parkland, an herb garden and nature trails.

Battlefield Monument



A well-recognized local landmark since 1913, the monument stands 100 feet tall to commemorate a century of peace between the British and the Americans.

Grandview (Nash-Jackson House)



In 1999, the Grandview (Nash-Jackson House) was relocated to Battlefield Park. Battlefield House Museum greatly anticipates the eventual opening of this welcome addition to the Park.

Battlefield Cemetery at Smith's Knoll



After significant restoration of Smith's Knoll, Battlefield Cemetery was re-opened as a National Historic Site on June 4, 2000.

Virtual History - Visit the Hamilton Civic Museums to learn more about upcoming special events and exhibitions.

Virtual tour of the War of 1812

Take our virtual tour of the War of 1812

Pathways to Peace - War of 1812 Bicentennial - The City of Hamilton will mark the War of 1812 Bicentennial with commemorative events and activities.

Outstanding Events - Festivals and Events Ontario awarded the Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek the distinction of being one of the top 100 events in Ontario.

Visiting Ontario - When you plan your trip to Battlefield House Museum & Park, see what else Ontario has to offer.

Funding provided by the Government of Ontario

Canadian International Military Tattoo - Connecting Canadians to their military through music.