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Area Attractions

Timmins Underground Gold Mine Tour (Timmins) 1-800-387-8466
The Timmins Gold Mine Tour lets you experience for yourself the heritage, culture and industry which built Timmins into the thriving community it is today. Visitors arriving at the site see early mining equipment such as ore and muck cars, underground ventilation fans and diamond drilling equipment.

Cochrane Railway and Pioneer Museum (Cochrane)
Located across the road from the current train station, with all the sounds, sights and bustle, provides the ideal backdrop and location, for our T&NO locomotive #137 and it's many artifacts that are housed in the three caches and two CN cabooses. Enjoy the trapper's cabin replica, antique photographs and displays of the pioneer life in Cochrane.

Museum of Northern History (Kirkland Lake) 705-568-8800
The Museum of Northern History offers an informative and entertaining look at early life in Kirkland Lake and Northeastern Ontario. The museum is housed in the elegant Sir Harry Oakes Chateau, the home built in 1919 by the founder of prosperous Lake Shore Mine. Pioneers and prospectors. Miners and millionaires. Native legends, sports heroes, wildlife and works of art - this museum has something for the whole family.

The Temagami Fire Tower (Temagami)
The 100-foot high Temagami Fire Tower stands on the summit of Caribou Mountain, 400' above the town and 1300' above sea level. The cupola at the top of the tower commands a view in excess of 40 kilometres, overlooking Finlayson Provincial Park, the White Bear Forest with it's stands of old growth pine and the town's Portage Bay with it's float plane base and water traffic.

Science North Science Centre (Sudbury) 705-522-3700
This is Northern Ontario's top tourist attraction, with easy-to-use hands-on laboratory exhibits that help visitors see science's impact on our day-to-day lives. See a 3D show, play on computers, and handle live animals. There is also a five-storey IMAX cinema in Science North.

Rainbow Hatchery (Sudbury) 705-969-3474
This fish hatchery is used to raise fish to stock the area's lakes and rivers. Tour the year-round controlled environment.

Agawa Canyon Tour Train (Sault Ste. Marie) 1-800-242-9287
The Agawa Canyon Tour Train is one of the most spectacular train tours in North America. You will travel 114 miles through the rugged wilderness until you reach the Agawa Canyon. There you will enjoy a 2-hour stop over where you can tour the canyon, hike down the many trails, or sit and enjoy a picnic lunch while you enjoy the breathtaking scenery Northern Ontario has to offer. There are a variety of packages available to choose from.

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