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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.

Mississagi Lighthouse Heritage Park
Mississagi Lighthouse Heritage ParkMississagi Lighthouse Heritage ParkMississagi Lighthouse Heritage Park
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.

Sturgeon River House
Sturgeon River HouseSturgeon River HouseSturgeon River House
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 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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