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3 Best Places To See in Thunder Bay, ON

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FORT WILLIAM HISTORICAL PARK

1350 King Road, Thunder Bay, ON P7K 1L7 DIRECTIONS

Since 1973

Here’s The Deal:
Fort William Historical Park is one of the top cultural and heritage destinations that brings tourists from all over North America to its doorstep. It is well known for its living history site and numerous historic buildings. It is a major commercial center in the 1800s, and its history was deeply linked with North America's economic and political growth. The Fort begins to play a significant role as a regional trade catalyst and the Ontario government's leading heritage site at the beginning of the 21st century. Fort William Historical Park offers excellent educational and cultural experiences to tourists. It also has an amphitheatre, which was designed to host events that have a capacity of 50,000 and also has a full-service campground.

SPECIALTY:
Campground, Entertainment Park, Educational Programs, Living History Museum, Special Events, Canadian Fur Trade, Trade Shows, Overnight Experiences, Day Camps, Artisan Workshops, Indigenous Culture, Festivals, Team Building Programs, Astronomical Observatory, Meetings, Conferences, Banquets, Recreational Opportunities & Weddings

Price: Admission Prices:
Adults: $10
Seniors (60+): $8
Students (13+ with ID): $8
youth (6 to 12 years old): $8

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fwhp.ca

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Wed-Sun: 10am - 5pm
Mon & Tue: Closed

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THUNDER BAY MUSEUM

425 Donald Stret East, Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5V1 DIRECTIONS

Since 1908

Here’s The Deal:
Thunder Bay Museum center was founded in 1908 to preserve and analyze Northwestern Ontario's history through seminars, journals, monuments, plaques, and record preservation. It will connect with the people of Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario in a spirit of openness through its exhibitions, publications, collections, and services. The first floor of the museum has permanent exhibits about all aspects of local history. The second floor is known as James Murphy Room which is used for meetings and programming. Visitors can explore 1900 maps and plans, 150,000 photographic images and a 2200 volume library.

SPECIALTY:
Special Events and Activities, Recreational Programming for Kids, Educational Programming, Gallery, Virtual, and Travelling Exhibits & Library

Price: Admission Rates:
Adults: $3
Children (6-17): $1.50

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thunderbaymuseum.com

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Mon-Sun: 11am - 5pm

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CENTENNIAL BOTANICAL CONSERVATORY

1601 Dease Street West, Thunder Bay, ON P7C 5H4 DIRECTIONS

Since 1967

Here’s The Deal:
The Centennial Botanical Conservatory was built as a Centennial initiative by the Fort William Parks Board in 1967. It is a treasure to Thunder Bay residents. For the last 50 years, the Conservatory has been a significant part of the City. The City will replace the Conservatoire buildings in the future. The Centennial Botanical Conservatory provides great events. It is a great place to visit year-round. Each week the conservatory brings new things to discover. The Centennial Botanical Conservatory has a huge variety of unique and exciting plants to see.

SPECIALTY:
Benches, Waterfall and Wishing Pond, Botanical Garden, and Children's Gardens, Park, Washroom Facilities, Pollinator, and Horticultural Society Perennial Garden, Wheelchair Accessible, Guided Tours, Community, Picnic Tables, Shade Trees, Bee Hives & Adjacent to Paved Recreation Trails

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Mon-Sun: 10am - 4pm

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