HMCS Haida National Historic Site
Canada’s history of wartime naval service is on display aboard legendary HMCS Haida, a Tribal class destroyer that served in the Second World War, the Korean Conflict and the Cold War. Distinguished in several historic battles, the flagship of the Royal Canadian Navy now proudly rests in Hamilton.
Visiting HMCS Haida National Historic Site
Things to do for the entire family. Explore our list of activities and programs to discover aboard HMCS Haida.
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About HMCS Haida National Historic Site
HMCS Haida is Canada’s “most fightingest ship,” and the last of the twenty-seven tribal class destroyers in the world.
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