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Elliot Lake Nuclear and Mining Museum
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Elliot Lake Nuclear and Mining Museum

Elliot Lake Nuclear and Mining Museum

The museum traces the history of the area from the lumbering and trapping days through the discovery of uranium mining, milling, and uses of uranium.

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.

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.

Timber Village Museum
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Timber Village Museum

Timber Village Museum

Located next to the Northern Ontario Logging Memorial on Hwy 17 in Blind River, Ontario, Timber Village Museum houses, exhibits and interprets artifacts and archival materials relating to the history of Blind River and area with a special focus on the local logging and lumbering industry. It also houses an art gallery and gift shop.


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