The Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association Grounds is a vast sports ground and is often referred to as Hamilton AAA Grounds.
The beautiful park called the Beasley Park gets it's name from Richard Beasley, a multi-faceted personality, he was a farmer, businessman and much more. This public park features a skateboarding area and even has a center that hosts community events.
Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks or the Mohawk Chapel was the first Protestant chapel in Ontario and is one of the oldest buildings in Ontario. It is a simple building that was given to the Mohawk Indians by the British Crown for their unflinching loyalty. It features several stained-glass windows telling the story of the Six Nation people.
Spread across 8 hectares (20 acres) of vineyards are the Vinemount Estates that are regarded among the much acclaimed wine makers in Ontario. Their wines are a product of the well harvested and processed grapes from their own vineyard. From red wines to grapes juices and products, this place will not let you down.
Spread across 15 acres of land, the Rosewood Estates Winery produces premium quality French wine that comprise top-quality French vinifera varietals. The winery features an extensive list of first-rate wines that are priced possessions of several wine lovers of the region. Guided tours and wine tasting sessions are offered as well. If you are an avid wine lover, then this estate has to surely be a part of your travel itinerary.
Ensconced in a quiet corner of Niagara Escarpment, Ridgepoint Wines is a popular winery that boasts of 18 acres of top-quality vinifera grapes. Featuring a range of premium quality red and white wine, the winery has successfully won hearts of wine lovers since its introduction in the market in 2003. The winery invites thousands of visitors year after year to spend time amidst the green environs of the estate. Besides this, the winery also plays host to wine tasting sessions, wine festivals and other corporate events in its premises. Check their website to know more.
Aging buildings are getting a face lift with the inclusion of trendy stores! Bayview is tucked away from the rest of Toronto since it's harder to reach because the Toronto Transit Commission doesn't operate there. Because of this, locals rarely leave the Bayview area and prefer to shop here. So up springs a street filled with enviably cool clothing, chic housewares and unconventional finds. Make sure to head down to South Bayview and check out the Brickworks. Bayview is too good to miss!