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

Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay is the largest city in northwest Ontario with a population of approximately 115,000. As the major service centre in the northwest, Thunder Bay provides an important "jumping off" point for visitors travelling west into the Sunset Country region.

Thunder Bay's main tourist attraction is Fort William Historical Park, a reconstruction of the North West Company's Fort William fur trade post as it was in 1815. The marina in downtown Port Arthur, an area known as 'The Heart of the Harbour', draws visitors for its panoramic view of the Sleeping Giant and the presence of various water craft. A statue of Terry Fox is situated at the Terry Fox Memorial and Lookout on the outskirts of the city near the place where he was forced to abandon his run.

 

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Paipoonge Museum

The Paipoonge Museum preserves the memory of the early settlers, showing the hardships and pleasures they experienced in their new community.

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Thunder Bay Historical Museum

Take a walk through time at the Thunder Bay Museum.

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Thunder Bay Military Museum

A tri-service - Navy, Army, Air Force museum, with a selection of paintings from the Georg Hoegel Art Collection, displays of weapons, uniforms, and much more.

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Founders' Museum and Pioneer Village

Take a walk through the past in this unique to Northwestern Ontario Pioneer Village.

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Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

View displays of artifacts, photographs and memorabilia honouring the region's rich sports heritage and learn about the many Hall of Famers who hae brought pride to the region through their outstatnding accomplishments.

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Thunder Bay Art Gallery

Since 1976, the Thunder Bay Art Gallery has served the needs of Northwestern Ontario artists and art audiences while providing an important link to other cultural centres.

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