For history and culture enthusiasts, many sites allow you to step back a few centuries.
The Agawa Rock Pictographs, a sacred site located on Lake Superior, is where generations of Ojibwe people recorded their visions, dreams and events.
Visit the ruins of Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site, once a remot British outpost, then walk the on-site nature trails.
The Heritage Sawmill in Hearst, the Bruce Mines Museum, and the Blind River Timber Village Museum are just a few of the regional museums to discover our area’s contribution to Canada’s history. Follow the Sault Ste. Marie Hub Trail to the Sault Ste. Marie Canal Historic Site to learn its innovative secrets.
Purchase a Four Culture Pass to be admitted to: Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, Sault Ste. Marie Museum, Ermatinger•Clergue National Historic Site, and the Art Gallery of Algoma.
Drop into Farmers’ Markets for fresh, locally grown produce, and handmade artisan products. Learn about the productive life of insects at Entomica. Take part in art classes and workshops, live theatre and music festivals.
The world’s largest Crown Game Preserve, one of the top 10 drives in Canada, the Fire Tower Lookout, and waterfalls. These are just some highlights of what’s waiting for you to see and do in Algoma.
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