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Assiginack Historical Sites
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Assiginack Historical Sites

Assiginack Historical Sites

This stone building located in the centre of the community houses a diverse collection of artifacts which portray the area's history from the 1830's to the present.

Callander Bay Heritage Museum & Alex Dufresne Gallery
Callander Bay Heritage Museum & Alex Dufresne GalleryCallander Bay Heritage Museum & Alex Dufresne GalleryCallander Bay Heritage Museum & Alex Dufresne Gallery
Callander Bay Heritage Museum & Alex Dufresne Gallery

Callander Bay Heritage Museum & Alex Dufresne Gallery

Dr. Allan R. Dafoe, world famous country doctor to the Dionne Quints, had his residence and office in this seven-room, beautifully maintained building from 1914 to 1943.

Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah
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Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah

Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah

Located on Highway 6 at Sheguiandah on the Manitoulin Island, the Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah houses the artifacts of the founding families of this area.

Central Manitoulin Historical Society
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Central Manitoulin Historical Society

Central Manitoulin Historical Society

See our log home and furnishings, blacksmith shop, barn & equipment, horse and cattle stable, logging tools, ice harvesting tools, milk processing and butter making equipment.

Commanda General Store Museum
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Commanda General Store Museum

Commanda General Store Museum

MORE THAN A MUSEUM. This unique example of late 19th century Victorian commercial architecture is alive and a hive of activity.

Dionne Quints Museum
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Dionne Quints Museum

Dionne Quints Museum

Seventy years ago, the world was amazed by the birth of the Dionne Quintuplets on May 28, 1934, in nearby Corbeil.

Humphrey Museum
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Humphrey Museum

Humphrey Museum

The Seguin Township has been built on a history that is rich in farming, lumbering, trapping and cottaging. The museum’s displays are simple but identify artifacts that our pioneers held in their calloused hands as they carved out the township.

Kagawong Museum (aka Old Mill Heritage Centre)
Kagawong Museum (aka Old Mill Heritage Centre)Kagawong Museum (aka Old Mill Heritage Centre)Kagawong Museum (aka Old Mill Heritage Centre)
Kagawong Museum (aka Old Mill Heritage Centre)

Kagawong Museum (aka Old Mill Heritage Centre)

The Old Mill Heritage Centre and the Post Office Museum provide an interesting place to learn of Kagawong's rich history. Ideal for families. Open our site to learn about our Audio/Visual capabilities.


Mattawa & District Museum
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Mattawa & District Museum

Mattawa & District Museum

Nestled on Explorer's Point, this beautiful red pine structure hewed out of the wood that made the Ottawa Valley prosper was established in 1984.

Mississagi Lighthouse Heritage Park
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Mississagi Lighthouse Heritage Park

Mississagi Lighthouse Heritage Park

The Mississagi Lighthouse was established as a lighthouse and fog station in 1873. Three hundred years ago Lassalle’s ship the “Griffon” went missing in Lake Huron. It is believed the ship was wrecked on this site and the crew perished in caves along the shore.

Nipissing Township Museum
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Nipissing Township Museum

Nipissing Township Museum

The museum is housed in a former church made of hand-hewn logs, that was built by craftsmen in the late 1800's.

Sturgeon River House
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Sturgeon River House

Sturgeon River House

This scenic and historic site of the fur trade as carried out by the Hudson's Bay Company (1848-1879) also features exhibits on trapping and furbearers.

The Clark House
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The Clark House

The Clark House

This 1880's house emphasis is the period 1920's through the 1940's. From post war boom to depression and back to another post war boom. We are currently undergoing renovations to be able to offer more services but will still have a complete range of events mid-June through the end of September.

The Little Schoolhouse and Museum
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The Little Schoolhouse and Museum

The Little Schoolhouse and Museum

The Little Schoolhouse and Museum is located at 113 Church Street in the village of South Baymouth. A great place to visit while you wait for the Ferry!

The Marten River Prov. Park Logging Camp & Museum
The Marten River Prov. Park Logging Camp & MuseumThe Marten River Prov. Park Logging Camp & MuseumThe Marten River Prov. Park Logging Camp & Museum
The Marten River Prov. Park Logging Camp & Museum

The Marten River Prov. Park Logging Camp & Museum

A replica 19th-century logging camp brings a bygone era to life at this riverside park. Though you won’t hear loggers shouting 'timber' you will see remnant stands of the massive pines they felled and a 300-year-old white pine they spared as you walk the trails.


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