Hamilton Military Museum
Burlington Heights, where Dundurn Castle and The Hamilton Military Museum now stand, was occupied by the British military from 1813 -1815. Built as a gate house by Sir Allan MacNab in the late 1830s atop a battery from the War of 1812, this building known as Battery Lodge, now houses The Hamilton Military Museum.
Regular admission rates and hours of operation apply to all events unless otherwise indicated.
FREE - Infants five years old or younger
$3.25 - Children ages 6 to 12
$4.50 - Students ages 13 to 17, must show valid student ID
$5.25 - Adults ages 18 to 59
$4.50 - Seniors ages 60 and above
$14.50 - Family of two adults and unlimited dependent children under 18 years old
Admission to the Military Museum is included in the cost for Dundurn National Historic Site.
Hours & Holiday Closures
Tuesday to Sunday, 12 noon to 4 pm.
Closed on Mondays, Good Friday, Canada Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.
The purchase of a $250 permit is required for all outdoor photography involving 10 or more people. Please call the museum to book your time.