The Best Landmarks in Huntsville

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Huntsville, ON. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


37 Main Street East, Huntsville, ON P1H 1A1

Landmark, Historical Places, Town Hall, Architectural Buildings, Customer Service, Tax Payments, Committees, Finance, Building Permits, Inspection Requests, Public Works Applications & Inquiries

In this place 2nd Floor only for Customer Service Desk - It is a one-stop source for information for all services, initiatives and programs within the municipality

Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Sat & Sun Closed

I needed help for information for the chamber of commerce staff was very helpful. Gave me detailed directions.
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7 Minerva Street East, Huntsville, ON P1H 1W4

Since 1880

Public Library, Facility Rentals, 3D Printing, E-Books and E-Audiobooks, E-Learning, E-Resources, Government Documents, Interlibrary Loans, Summer Reading Club, Kids Programs, Adults Programs, Computer Training Programs, Teens & Tweens Programs

The 3,000 standard (of books in the collection) has at last been reached which makes Huntsville Public Library one of the largest north of Toronto - Over 7,000 volume collection to the Dewey Decimal System

Mon - Thu 10:00 am - 7:30 pm Fri 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

I love the Huntsville Public Library. The staff are so friendly and go out of their way to help. Great selection of books, music, and movies to borrow. Lots of public computers to use and wonderful programmes available for all ages to take part in. Two thumbs up.
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1556 Dyer Memorial Road, Huntsville, ON P1H 2J4

Landmark, Cemetery, Monument, Stone Walkway, Tourist Attraction, Educational and Historical Perspective, Memorial Nature Reserve, Wetland Plant & Animals

155 acres - 900 ft of the Big East River meanders through the property - Two acre private cemetery with a 42-foot monument includes a stone walkway from the municipal road

The romantic tale of it's creation is not understated upon visiting this unique and beautiful landmark. Go for a picnic lunch on a sunny day or spook yourself if it is windy and overcast. Don't expect crowds or souvenir trinkets, you'll experience peace & quiet in a truly Muskoka wilderness fashion.
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