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Whitehern Historic House and Garden, Hamilton
(4.5/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Really lovely house that looks especially beautiful in Christmas. It's a different experience than Dundurn castle; more intimate in size and feeling and very interesting how it was in the hands of the...  more »
  • Had a tour with friends from out of town. It was a very enjoyable and educational experience. Our tour guide was excellent and the tour lasted much longer than expected. The history of the house and f...  more »
  • A very good tour guide and interesting family history of the economic development of Hamilton and the families issues like any other family 
  • The tour guide was phenomenal! Had a lovely personalized detailed viewing!
  • Nice historic home with multiple decades represented inside, and a gorgeous backyard
  • My daughter attended the whitehern historic house on Thursday June 25th. I was a volunteer and would like to make a few comments. I feel like for a jk and SK class the tour guides should have a bit more patience for the kids. It was a lot of telling them to be quiet and a lot of telling them not to touch this and not to touch that. Our group was never told were the bathrooms were and I feel like there was no schedule for snacks, lunch ect. At one point we told our tour guide that we had to have a snack and had to have lunch since these are kids and they need to have these things. We also couldn't eat or drink anywhere but outside which is understandable in the house. But why not have a snack were the washrooms and craft area was??? To conclude what I really want to bring to someone's attention is that at the end of the tour before we parted on the bus a few of the kids had to go to the washroom. I couldn't believe that the doors were locked. These are little kids here. The parents and teachers couldn't believe that the staff couldn't wait til we all left to lock them!!!!!! I feel like this place is not kid friendly and for that matter I would never recommend it for a school trip. Thanks for your time.
  • Stunning historical treasure in the heart of the city!
  • Skate the ledge outside!