Steam Museum


Our club’s facilities are located at the Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology. Here, you can also take a peek into life at the beginning of Canada’s industrial revolution. This magnificent example of 19th century public works architecture preserves two 45-foot high, 70-ton steam engines which pumped the first clean water to the city over 140 years ago. One engine operates as a demonstration every day!The only surviving facility of its time in North America, the museum is a National Historic Site and a Civil and Power Engineering Landmark. These Canadian made engines are the oldest surviving examples in the nation.The museum offers various permanent and changing exhibits.

They also feature a wide range of special events that are fun for the whole family.  These include birthday party offerings with the option of including private train rides as well.

Check the exhibits and events by clicking here.