Grimsby is a town located on the western edge of the Niagara Peninsula in the province of Ontario, Canada. It is situated on the southern shore of Lake Ontario and is part of the Hamilton Census Metropolitan Area.
Grimsby has a population of approximately 28,000 people and covers an area of 68.81 square kilometers. The town is known for its scenic beauty and natural attractions, such as the Niagara Escarpment, which runs through the town and provides hiking and biking trails, waterfalls, and scenic views.
The town has a rich history dating back to the late 1700s, when it was first settled by United Empire Loyalists. Today, Grimsby is a thriving community with a diverse economy that includes agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism.
Some popular attractions in Grimsby include the Grimsby Farmers’ Market, the Grimsby Museum, the Grimsby Public Art Gallery, and the Grimsby Beach. The town also hosts several annual events, including the Grimsby Festival of Art and the Grimsby Peach Festival.
Grimsby is easily accessible by car via the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) highway, and by public transit via the Niagara Region Transit system. The town is also served by the nearby John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, which offers domestic and international flights.