Thunder Bay Tourist Attractions, Museums, and Parks information
Whether it's a visit to a park, an art gallery or the area's history, Thunder Bay offers its visitors and residents lots to do every day of the
week. Not just the "typical" tourist attractions!
- Thunder Bay region airport(s)
- Top Thunder Bay Attractions
- Kid's Attractions for the under-13 crowd
- Brew Pubs, Craft Breweries, Vineyards, and Wineries
- Thunder Bay museums
- Thunder Bay region parks
Thunder Bay Attractions Directory
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Here are some featured local historial sites, museums & attractions:
Welcome to Northern Ontario's largest solar- wind- powered straw bale facility. The Nolalu Eco Centre, and Eco B & B, a place for relaxing, and meeting inspiring people – all connected to “living lightly” on this fragile planet.
Multi Telescope Astronomical Observatory in very dark Sky location 15 minutes south of Thunder Bay. By appointment or during public open house evenings. Training, Group Tours, variety of alternatives to access facility.
Here are some featured local festivals, inlcuding family, music, cultural, and historial ones:
Hay Stack Stables is a place where kids and families can learn how to ride and care for horses during riding lessons, trail rides, birthdayparties, and summer camps.
Visit Thunder Bay's ONLY Multi-Sport and Family Recreation Centre. We are Ontario's largest air filled structure and provide activities for people of all ages and abilities. We have large indoor field, a multipurpose court and an 18 hole mini putt!
The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is the only professional orchestra between Toronto, ON and Winnipeg, MB. The TBSO celebrats its 51st anniversary during the 2011-2012 season.
acts as a lifeline for hundreds of men, women, and youth. People come to the Shelter to have their basic needs met. These men, women and youth are often struggling through an emotional or financial crisis.
Here are some featured local sports venues, activities and attractions:
With eye catching and undulating fairways, lined with Pine trees paired up with flawless greens, should gratify any experienced golfer. This 9 hole course is open to the Public with a magnificent Clubhouse that is fully licensed.
This is a very scenic course, with a gently rolling, wooded terrain. It's one of the more challenging courses around, located in the northeast of the city.
A relaxing 9 hole course found western outskirts of the city, on a pine covered tract..
Dragon Hills is Thunder Bay's premier golf destination! Located in the beautiful Northwestern Ontario countryside, Dragon Hills is a nine-hole 3,300 yard full-service golf course, sure to both challenge and impress golfers of all skill levels.
This relaxed nine-hole course is located near Sleeping Giant Provincial Park.
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Here are some featured local brew pubs, craft breweries, craft distilleries, wineries or vineyard
Local, Fresh, Handcrafted Beer brewed in a 104 year old firehall, downtown Kenora. Taproom & retail store. Buy beer to take home 7 days a week till 11pm.
Fresh Local Beery Goodness
Sleeping Giant Brewing Company offers locally handcrafted ales and stouts made in the North Shore of Lake Superior's only craft brewery. Our fresh, authentic brews are available on tap and in containers.