The Best Landmarks in Thunder Bay

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Thunder Bay, 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!


425 Donald Street East, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5V1

Since 1908

Historical Place, Educational Programs, Museum, Gallery Exhibits, Virtual Exhibits, Travelling Exhibits, Collections, Facility Rentals, Programs, Events, Special Events and Activities, Classic Car Raffle, Walking Tours, Taste of History Dinner, Victorian Tea, Free Public Lectures, Presidents’ Reception & Recreational Programs

Free Admission: Children under 6 - The Museum offers complimentary admission every Tuesday - The archives has 130 metres of linear records, 1900 maps and plans, 150,000 photographic images and a 2200 volume library

Price: Adults $3.00 & Children (6-17) $1.50

Summer: June 15 - Labour Day: Mon - Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Winter: Tue - Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Mon Closed

The museum is a gem as another person commented on. It may be small as compared to the Henry Ford Museum, however great attention has been given to the displays and as I understand from staff, they rotate items regularly. All the items are donated, and after visiting the museum, there will be lots to talk about!
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1000 Highway 11/17, Thunder Bay, ON P7A 0A1

Since 1982

Landmarks, Visitor Information Centre, Washrooms, Pay Phone, Wheelchair Accessibility, Panoramic View, Monument & Statues

The statue was designed and sculpted by Manfred of Oakville, who was moved by Terry's determination

Year Round

This monument is an inspiring tribute to a young man taken far too soon - by a nasty disease that still has not been conquered 37 years later. Although the day we visited was cold and wet, the visual reminder of where he had to end his run is a must see. The park like setting and the beautiful lake views add to the attraction. It is well kept, clean with very friendly staff. We will definitely visit again.

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1 Paul Shaffer Drive, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6C7

Since 1985

Concert Hall, Auditorium, Landmarks, Meeting Rooms, Performances, Banquet Capacity, Rentals, Events & Receptions

The Community Auditorium hosts 150,000 patrons annually - It has a 40' by 50' permanent stage, a 70' by 39' proscenium, 8 dressing rooms, 3 meeting rooms, a 450-person banquet capacity and parking for 1000 vehicles

Tue - Sat 11:30 am - 5:30 pm Sun & Mon Closed

I go to the Auditorium several times a year. Whether it is for a Rock concert, play, symphony, stand up comic, or other type of entertainment, this is the place for it. Comfortable seating and great view of he stage from all seats. World tours to local performers and everything in between. The only downside is its size. It should have probably been built to hold more patrons. I think its seating capacity is only about 1500. There is a small walk up bar on site so a liquid refreshment.

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