Hamilton is a city with various cultural and heritage attractions to offer its residents and tourists. The Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada tells the story of Sir John A. MacDonald and where he lived. This Hamilton national historic house and grounds, has been restored overtime, with costumed staff and full language service in 5 different languages. Hamilton's famous Fort Henry national historic site, is one of Canada's most dynamic heritage attractions, offering its visitors interactive programs daily. Learn more about the military lifestyle of 1839 at Hamilton's Mills Block House, Canada's oldest operating canal. The Murney Tower National Historic Site was built in 1846, as an addition to its military fortifications. After its completion , the Murney Tower served as military housing for over 40 years. Explore this Hamilton heritage attraction to learn more about its 19th century domestic and military artifacts. Hamilton's Rideau Canal National Historic Site is another significant attraction to Canada's history, which aided in exploration, national defense, transportation and commerce across the country. The Rideau Canal National Historic Site has been identified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and dates back to the early 19th century. There's lots to learn about the heritage attractions the city of Hamilton has to offer!