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Burlington, Ontario, with its population of 183,000, is one of Canada's great cities.

Burlington is a city in the Regional Municipality of Halton at the northwestern end of Lake Ontario. Along with Milton to the north, Burlington forms the west end of the Greater Toronto Area and is also part of the Hamilton metropolitan census area. Burlington lies between Lake Ontario's north shore and the Niagara Escarpment.

These are some things to Do in Burlington (Ontario, Canada)

Visit the Burlington 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.

Walk along the pier

Brant Street Pier is a signature destination and attraction located in Spencer Smith Park at the Waterfront at Downtown Burlington. It extends 137 meters over Lake Ontario that provides views of the lake and Burlington's shoreline.

Admire the Burlington Art

The Art Gallery of Burlington, founded in 1978, is the seventh largest public art gallery in Ontario. The Gallery collects and maintains Canada's largest collection of contemporary Canadian ceramics. It is located on the City of Burlington waterfront in close proximity to Spencer Smith Park.

Go hiking around the Burlington area

There are so many trails in the Burlington area that you could spend days exploring them all.

The main hiking trails (a total of over 130 km) are featured below.

There are also multi-use pathways located throughout the city of Burlington that are used by hikers, cyclists, joggers, skateboarders etc.  TAKE a HIKE!


Visit Burlington Downtown

Downtown Burlington is where all the magic happens in Burlington, Ontario. This waterfront community has much to offer. Everything from a vibrant mix of residential neighborhoods, must-visit restaurants, mom-and-pop shops, to the most beautiful waterfront setting, and of course the new Brant Street Pier (a.k.a. Burlington Pier).

Night Life in Burlington

Looking for something fun to do once the sun goes down?  Burlington’s entertainment scene is alive with live music, dancing, and comedy.   Downtown Burlington is hopping with lots of night spots to enjoy a drink, dance or catch a band plus has a movie theatre.  Movie buffs can take in their favorite flick on the big screen at various theatres/cinemas around the city including Silver City which features games, lounge, club rooms, bowling, pool tables and much more.  Further uptown, Burlington is the center for comedy and nightclubs where it is always party time!  For those looking for the excitement of live horse racing and the chance to try your luck at the slots, Mohawk Raceway, and Flamboro Downs are just minutes away.  With a passion for the arts, Burlington has a number of local theatre groups, dance companies, and musical entertainers who perform throughout the city and some can be booked for your special occasion

Visit a Burlington farm

The Halton Pumpkin Trail runs in the months of September and October and this event connects and promotes fall products and activities in the region. Explore pumpkin themed events, on-farm markets, restaurants, specialty retail shops, accommodations and local attractions for an unforgettable experience!

Visitors will find north Burlington very picturesque with rolling rural countryside dotted with farmland, nurseries, golf courses and conservation areas.  At some of the local farms, you can purchase or pick your own products, and in some cases participate in tours.  Visit Stonehaven Farm Market where you can pick your own pumpkins, visit the giant corn maze and kid zone and take home baked goods and local product.  At Springridge Farms you can take a picturesque wagon ride, enjoy the farm fun yard and boo barn and pick up homemade pies and preserves.

Eat ribs at the Burlington Ribs Festival

Canada's Largest Ribfest is proudly organized by the Rotary Club of Burlington Lakeshore. This is our largest and most successful community event and has been around since we planned Ontario's first Ribfest in 1996. Since that day, all proceeds collected have gone to charity.

Canada's Largest Ribfest is Burlington’s Premier Fundraising Event proudly organized by RCBL embodying Rotary Principles, community goodwill, and club fellowship.


Visit de Burlington parks

Hike the Bruce Trail, and experience one of Canada’s most spectacular world biospheres the Niagara Escarpment, visit the local conservation areas and Bronte Creek Provincial Park.

Enjoy the many different local parks in Burlington. City View Park is located on top of the escarpment overlooking the city.  This 165-acre park has walking trails, a pond, wetland, and naturalized areas and is connected to the Bruce Trail and Kerncliff Park.  The park also has recreational fields and a playground.


Play golf in Burlington

Consult the Golf in Ontario tourism program for golf itineraries and great course information throughout some of Ontario’s most popular golf areas in Central Counties, GreyBruceSimcoe and Ontario’s Great Waterway regions.

Lush links and relaxing resorts make Golf Muskoka a haven for golfers; enjoy challenging golf and gorgeous scenery at Deerhurst ResortTabooMuskoka Bay ClubThe RockRocky Crest Golf ResortBigwin Island or The Ridge At Manitou.

Play diverse courses created by the some of the world's best designers offering breathtaking views, difficult holes and skill testing layouts throughout Niagara’s Golf TrailThundering Waters is John Daly's first signature course in Canada and features his high risk-reward style, combining parkland tranquility with windswept dunes.

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