From education to entertainment our attractions allow you to immerse yourself in our unique Northern Ontario culture. In the Northwest, be sure to stop in Kenora’s Lake of the Woods Discovery Centre where you can experience an interpretative forest which depicts natural species and the signage is in both English and Ojibway. Thunder Bay is home to the Fort William Historical Park, one of the largest living history attractions in North America, devoted to re-creating the days of the North West Company and the Canadian fur trade.
In Sault Ste. Marie-Algoma the new Mill Market is open during the winter. Searchmont Resort just north of Sault Ste. Marie offers the perfect getway for a couples or family weekend ski trip. Don’t forget to stop by the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre to learn about the importance of the Bushplane to the exploration of North. You can visit educational stations and its newest attraction Wildfires theatre.
In Northeastern Ontario, get up close and personal with many different species of Canadian wildlife including moose, deer, elk, bison and mountain goats at Cedar Meadows Wilderness Park in Timmins, or take a swim with the polar bears at the Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat. In Sudbury, explore your scientific curiosity at Science North or plunge into the region’s rich mining history at Dynamic Earth. Enjoy hours of fun and laughter at North Bay’s waterfront on Lake Nipissing, which is home to Miniature Railway and Heritage Carousel or explore Georgian Bay’s activity packed coastline for lighthouse tours, water adventures, and more!