Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide - Ontario
Canada Travel Guide - Ontario

Peterborough

The Greater Peterborough Area is a unique community known for its exceptional quality of life and beautiful setting in the Kawarthas tourism region.

Peterborough, Ontario, has everything - a multitude of recreational opportunities, a diverse industrial, commercial and agricultural base, quality health care and excellent schools - including two post-secondary institutions. Peterborough is just one hour from the Greater Toronto Area. Real estate is affordable, the air is clean and communities are safe.

With a population of approximately 135,000 (increases substantially in the summer season) the Greater Peterborough Area is the regional centre for East Central Ontario and draws from a market population of 350,000. Peterborough's proximity to major markets in Canada and the northeastern United States, combined with an effective transportation system that includes the largest commercial airport between Toronto and Ottawa, and four-lane access to the Greater Toronto Area, makes Peterborough an unparalleled setting as a business location.

 

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Peterborough Museum & Archives

The Peterborough Museum & Archives collects, preserves, and make accessible archival material relating to Peterborough and area.

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The Canadian Canoe Museum

Welcome to The Canadian Canoe Museum, a unique national heritage centre that explores the canoe's enduring significance to the peoples of Canada.

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(Museum)
4th Line Theatre

Attending a production at 4th Line Theatre is an extraordinary experience.

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(Outdoor Theatre/Open Air, Performing Arts, Theatres)
Peterborough Symphony Orchestra

The Peterborough Symphony Orchestra has been a cultural cornerstone of our community for over 40 years, and has developed a reputation as being one of the best community orchestras in Canada.

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(Concert/Performance, Music, Orchestra/Symphony Orchestra)
Folk Under the Clock

Folk Under The Clock, Peterborough's folk concert series, came to be on September 23, 1986 with its very first concert featuring Scottish singer-songwriter Dougie Maclean now an international folk legend who has since played the series numerous times.

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(Concert/Performance, Music)
Artspace

Artspace is Peterborough's artist-run centre, a non-profit organization committed to nurturing contemporary art and artists.

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(Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows, Public Art Gallery)
Hutchison House Museum

Hutchison House, a living history museum, owned and operated by The Peterborough Historical Society, depicts 19th century pioneer life in Ontario.

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(Museum)
Kawartha Artists' Gallery & Studio

The Kawartha Artists’ Gallery and studio was created in June 1990, by artists, for artists, aspiring artists and those interested in the arts.

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(Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows, Public Art Gallery)
Art Gallery of Peterborough

The Art Gallery of Peterborough, incorporated in 1974, is a non-profit public gallery dedicated to exhibiting and collecting visual works of art.

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(Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows, Public Art Gallery)

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