Take a guided tour of Thunder Bay via trolley, on foot or on a boat where professional guides can give you an excellent synopsis of the area’s history and current day life.
Live life in Thunder Bay to the fullest with our Thunder Bay attractions directory. Explore the natural beauty of Thunder Bay, learn about its exciting history, or take the family on a new adventure. Our Thunder Bay attractions directory lists everything there is to see and do in Thunder Bay. From rowdy family fun to a quiet afternoon in a Thunder Bay art gallery, you’ll see what put Thunder Bay on the map. Read through our Thunder Bay attractions directory now for all the must-see attractions and events in Thunder Bay.
Learn about Ontario's official gem stone, the beautifully purple amethyst when you visit this site. The Amethyst Mine Panorama is the largest amethyst deposit in Canada.
Centennial Park offers something for everyone! Discover and enjoy the 1910 Logging Camp and Museum, playground area and the children's small animal farm.
The city of Thunder Bay was formed with the joining of the twin cities of Fort William and Port Arthur. Thus why this attraction has such historical value to the area. Old Fort William is one of the largest living-history sites in North America.
Often referred to as the Niagara of the north, Kakabeka Falls are worth the 20 mile visit west of Thunder Bay.
Find your way to 111 S. Syndicate Avenue to enjoy great views of the Thunder Bay harbor with the Sleeping Giant as its backdrop. The Sleeping Giant is part of a peninsula leading from the north of Thunder Bay out on to Lake Superior.
The Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and Museum was established in Thunder Bay in 1978 with a mandate to preserve and honour our region's rich and proud sports heritage.
Travel 27 miles west on Highway 11/17 to experience a wilderness park composed largely of rugged landscape. Quetico is a protected, pristine wilderness retreat of international acclaim west of Lake Superior on the Canada-U.S. border.
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, a few miles off Highway 11/17, includes camp sites, easy and difficult hiking trails, and a four-mile drive to one of the most dramatic over-looks in Ontario!
The eastern edge of Thunder Bay is the site for one of the most poignant monuments in Canada, the Terry Fox Memorial. This memorial offers a breathtaking view overlooking the Sleeping Giant.
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