It's no secret that most people love the idea of a real life fairytale. Being swept up by a handsome prince and taken away to live in the castle dreams are made of is literally what a lot of little girls grew up believing would eventually happen.
The fairytale isn't entirely based on reality, but you don't need a prince to make you feel like royalty! This castle tour in Hamilton will do the trick.
Dundurn National Historic site is home to a 40-room Italianate-style villa built in the 1840's and it offers tours all summer. The Dundurn Castle is stacked with beauty. The front entrance way leads to a hall that is decked out with hand-painted faux marble walls and a huge winding walnut staircase. The further you go into the tour, the more impressive the architecture becomes.
The house was separated into two parts. The basement was where the servants would stay, and the top was where Sir Allan McNab would show off his affluence and status to visitors. During the tour, you can see how both sides lived.
Not only will you get a taste of how true Canadian royalty lived, you'll get to learn the history behind the castle and why it's now a historic site. It's also available to rent out for private parties, weddings, and offers historic cooking workshops.
It's only $11.50 to tour the whole grounds, including Dundurn Castle, the Kitchen Garden and the Hamilton Military Museum. Tours are open from June until September and it is located at 610 York Blvd. in Hamilton.
Photos of the cast and crew hard at work in Hamilton have been popping up on social media over the past several days. Elliot Page kicked things off by posting a selfie from what looks like to be the inside of a trailer — the telling sign is the post-it note tucked right under his mirror.
Page and his co-star Emmy Raver-Lampan were snapped on set in this photo posted on Wednesday afternoon.
Elliot Page seen for the first time back on set of The Umbrella Academy. https://t.co/fr2Qa8Wo8G
The job posting states that it is looking for people 18 years of age or older from Ontario of any ethnicity and gender who have a "unique look." The best part is, you don't need camera experience to apply.
Anyone looking to apply should submit before the cutoff date, May 19, but if you want to increase your chances, it's recommended you apply ASAP.
Company: Milo Casting
Who Should Apply: Anyone who is comfortable on a skateboard or roller skates.
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