Art Gallery of Burlington
The Art Gallery of Burlington. AGB is an award winning, public gallery located in the heart of Burlington, Ontario. We stage as many as 20 exhibitions a year and are home to an acclaimed collection of Canadian contemporary ceramics and six fine craft guilds.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America, with a physical facility of 583,000 square feet. The AGO expanded it facility in 2008 with an innovative architectural design by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.
Burlington Skating Centre
The Burlington Skating Centre's philosophy is to encourage the instruction, practice, enjoyment and advancement of its members in all aspects of skating. With the expertise of our professional staff, hard-working volunteers and dedicated skaters we look forward to continuing our mandate and future goals.
Cedar Springs Health Racquet Sportsclub
Cedar Springs Health Racquet & Sportsclub is bigger than you think! Located in Burlington, the club is over 200,000 sq. ft.making it the largest multi-sport recreational facility in the area. Cedar Springs members live in Halton including Oakville, Burlington and Milton as well as areas such as Hamilton, Dundas, Niagara, and Brantford.
Dutch Mill Country Market
Dutch Mill Country Market is a unique and inviting experience. The Tea Room is relaxing and welcoming, come in and treat yourself to a hearty breakfast served weekends and holidays or a delicious lunch served daily. Visit the Garden Centre or browse over 15,000 square feet of store for unique gifts and special treasures, we have something for everyone.
Golf Association of Ontario
The Golf Association of Ontario is the Provincial Sport Organization for golf. We share a passion for golf, preserve the past, build the future, and champion golf’s best interests for everyone who enjoys the sport.
Hidden Lake Golf Club
If you like your golf served up with a helping of history on the side, you will find a veritable smorgasbord at our 36-hole golf club. Featuring a large practice facility and an expansive, full-service clubhouse.
Rock Chapel Golf Centre
Rock Chapel Golf Centre is a picturesque, public golf club that offers a full range of quality, affordable golfing activities in a family friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Our facility features a 9 hole executive golf course, full service driving range and a one of a kind, real grass miniature golf course known as a putting course. It's an amazing putting challenge for golfers that is also a big hit with the mini-putt crowd.
Royal Botanical Gardens
Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) is the largest botanical garden in Canada, a National Historic Site, and registered charitable organization with a mandate to bring together people, plants and nature.
Sound Of Music Festival
Wondering what the Festival is all about? Every year in June, Burlington comes alive with Canada’s Largest Free Music Festival. Thousands come to enjoy the biggest annual gathering of music by the lake and enjoy 5 days of free concerts spanning all genres.
The Hughes family has been fruit farming for six generations (over 100 years). Farmer John’s parents, Leslie and Isobel Jane Hughes, purchased this farm in 1960 when their farm in Mississauga was sold for development. They purchased Springridge from the Hartley family. The Hartley’s were fruit farmers as well and they had been here since the turn of the century.
Newcomers Club Directory for Ontario
Directory of Newcomers Clubs, Women's Groups, Moms Clubs & Dads organizations in Ontario.
Your all-in-one Ontario Tourism site! Find facts on the best things to do in Ontario. The most current information available for the many different types of attractions
Ontario Cycling Association
The Ontario Cycling Association is a leading organization which provides opportunities for personal excellence by developing, delivering and promoting quality programs and services for existing and future members in the sport of cycling.
Ontario Museum Association
The Ontario Museum Association is a leading cultural organization ensuring a relevant and sustainable museum sector in the province for the benefit of Ontario residents and our global community.
You visit Ontario’s provincial parks to hike along nature trails, dip paddles in lakes and rivers, relax on sandy beaches and sit around campfires gazing up at the stars.
National Parks are a country-wide system of representative natural areas of Canadian significance. By law, they are protected for public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment, while being maintained in an unimpaired state for future generations. National Parks have existed in Canada for well over a century.
Dining out in Burlington
Burlington’s food and dining experience is among the best in Ontario. The local residents love to dine out as much as visitors. The chefs of our many cafés and trendy chic eateries will conjure up whatever your taste buds are craving. From nouveau cuisine and fine dining to more traditional family-style home-cooked meals.
Lord Byron Steak and Seafood
Visit the Lord Byron Steak and Seafood House Restaurant, one of the finest restaurants in the Hamilton and Burlington, Ontario area, to experience quality fine dining in an exquisite and elegant atmosphere.
Pepperwood Bistro, Brewery & Catering offers a delightful cuisine, on premise brewed beers along with a vast selection of fine wines and spirits.
Burlington Teen Tour Band
Since its humble beginnings in 1947, the Burlington Teen Tour Band has grown into Canada's oldest and largest youth marching band. They have had the honour and privilege to represent Burlington, Ontario and Canada around the world.
A community theatre founded in 1952 by a small group of enthusiasts and has been expanding its activities to the present level. Starting off our 50th season, Burlington Little Theatre Inc. adopted the operating name of Theatre Burlington to reflect our adaptiveness as our community theatre landscape changed. A season’s playbill still consists of four major full length productions, including a play especially for children.
Georgetown Little Theatre
The Georgetown Little Theatre had its beginning in an amateur theatricals evening class that was held at the Georgetown District High School during the winter and spring of 1959-60. As a grande finale the members of the evening class staged a one-act play called The Mayor of Torontal. Members of the cast included Vera Macdonald and Mary Goebel, who are still active in GLT plays today. This enthusiastic group formed the nucleus of what was to become the Georgetown Little Theatre.
Theatre Ontario is a charitable, not-for-profit association of professional, community, and educational theatre organizations and artists with a variety of Programs and Services and Resources available for you.
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
The Museum houses over forty aircraft, and also an extensive aviation gift shop and exhibit gallery. The Museum is open daily except Christmas Day and New Years' Day. Special events take place throughout the year and facilities including the main aircraft exhibit area can be rented for private events.
Halton County Radial Railway
The Halton County Radial Railway and the OERHA was formed in 1954 by a group of men who wanted to save Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) streetcar 1326 from being sent to the scrap yard.
Halton Region Museum
The Museum continues to develop exciting plans for the site and buildings which include the Piggery (former Craft House), the Alexander Farmhouse, and the Drive Shed, which the Museum acquired with the assistance of the Halton Museum Foundation in 2009.
Museums of Burlington
Burlington is a community that knows and celebrates its diverse cultural heritage, and plays an active role in building a better future.