Tropical House & Gardens
The Tropical Green House at Gage Park will be closed for renovations starting March 20th, 2017.
There will be no public access available. Please check back for further updates.
Hamilton is Celebrating Garden Days June 16th, 2017
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Gardens in Hamilton
1000 Main Street East, Hamilton
Gage Park, built in a style reflective of the Canadian City Beautiful movement of the 1920s, is one of Hamilton’s most iconic, historical and cultural landscapes. The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) announced that Hamilton’s Gage Park was selected as the recipient of the inaugural CSLA Legacy Project Award (2016). Gage Park has outstanding gardens, a historical fountain and a large selection of trees. The new Gage Park Tropical House under construction will be another jewel in the park.
Sam Lawrence Park
255 Concession Street, Hamilton
Sam Lawrence Park, situated on the Mountain brow at the top of the Jolley Cut, is one of the jewels in Hamilton’s park system. Its features include a rock garden with perennial flowers, ornamental benches and lighting, walkways (most of which are accessible), wildflowers and prairie grasses, and an extensive system of interpretive signs. The park also offers spectacular, panoramic views of the lower city and the harbour. On clear days, one can see the CN Tower while gazing at the 180 degree panorama view of Hamilton