Detroit’s Comerica Park is located a few blocks away from the river, it is worth getting close to the stage, although you need not go to see a Tigers game just to do so.
Hamilton’s The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum is housed in a large hangar near the airport because of the many vintage aircraft that are preserved here (forty in total).
Here are the available modes of transport from
Detroit to Hamilton.
Detroit To Hamilton By Train
You must get from Detroit to Windsor via taxi ride and take the VIA Rail (Line Toronto) train that is bound to Aldershot. From here, take the GO Transit that will take you to Main St. In Hamilton. The total travel time is four hours at a cost of US$50. For full details, visit: http://www.viarail.ca/en/trains/ontario-and-quebec/toronto-windsor/schedules
Detroit To Hamilton By Bus
The distance between Detroit to Hamilton is 307 km. Take the Greyhound Canada Bus that hails from Detroit and bound to Toronto. Next, take the Greyhound Canada (Line 5517) bus that is bound to Hamilton. The total travel time is eight hours at a cost of US$64. For more information, check: https://www.greyhound.ca/
If you want to drive; the travel time is four hours.
Detroit To Hamilton By Plane
Take the Porter Airlines from Windsor to Toronto Island, and from there, take a GO Transit bus that is bound to Hamilton City. The air travel time is 50 minutes at a cost of US$300.