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Best thing to do in Hamilton by far!

This is a self guided tour around the warship. This was the first time I'd been on a WW2-era... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
GuyD1990
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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Summer trip

Great Canadian history. Accesisable. They also have a small museum and store for souvenirs. The... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
449kirbyb
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Waterdown
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This WWII Tribal Class destroyer is now a floating memorial and naval museum.
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658 Catharine Street North | Pier 9, Hamilton, Ontario L8L 8B4, Canada
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is a self guided tour around the warship. This was the first time I'd been on a WW2-era battleship, most of the ones I've been around were far more modern. It was great being able to go everywhere on the ship (the engine room...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great Canadian history. Accesisable. They also have a small museum and store for souvenirs. The price is reasonable and close to pier 4 in Hamilton,where a number of other tourist activities are available. Good location for photos.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

so much history, had an amazing time! we walked all over the ship even down the engine room! 10/10 would recommend

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Reviewed October 10, 2018

Had the opportunity to visit the HMCS Haida while on vacation in Canada this September. The Haida served in both WWII and the Korean War. The volunteers were very friendly and helpful, the walking tour guide handout was very informative and help, and it was...More

Thank Pikunichris
Reviewed October 7, 2018 via mobile

Going up and inside the HMCS Haida, which was active during World II and the Korean War, provides a good insight into Canada's naval history and its contribution to end conflicts. Since it's anchored by the waterfront it provides a more realistic view to what...More

Thank Peter H
Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

My boyfriend and I visited this site in July on a day trip from Toronto. We both love history but he is more the naval buff and I was extremely impressed with this site. The cost to get in was very small for 2 and...More

2  Thank GREENQUEEN08
Reviewed October 2, 2018

I took my father to see the Haida in July. He was piped aboard as I let them know he was coming. He was last on this ship in 1953 when he was in Korea on it. Walking around the inside of the ship he...More

1  Thank browncondo2102
Reviewed September 26, 2018

Fantastic historical point of interest. Do not go if you have a fear of heights, steep stairs or confined spaces. The staff onboard are knowledgeable and wonderful to speak with, so please do ask questions and learn about this vessel and the crew who served...More

Thank Fiona154992
Reviewed September 22, 2018

It's amazing to walk around the HMCS Haida to see and feel the way sailors would have lived in those times. The ship was very clean, the quarters were small and cramped and the living conditions were relatively primative compared to our naval ships today....More

2  Thank Usia2014
Reviewed September 17, 2018

Wonderful to see the ship again since it moved from Ontario Place. A little harder to navigate since our last visit but still learned more about her and her crews. Watch your head and keep the little ones close.

1  Thank William S
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Ashlynne G
August 12, 2018|
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Response from BazRasty | Reviewed this property |
I would say no because there are a few places where you have to climb or descend metal “ladders” the term used by the navy to describe steep stairs.
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Julie P
July 18, 2017|
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Response from KathleenR_28 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there is a small parking area close to the ship, and outside the fences. It gets pretty busy, though.
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Mileidys G
May 16, 2017|
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Response from douglasa310 | Reviewed this property |
as the Haida is a Parks Canada site and a war memorial no dogs are allowed on board.
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