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Prince George

Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum

Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum

It is one of the famous Museum. The Prince George Railway & Forestry Museum is in Prince George, British Columbia. There are a number of collection consisted of over sixty pieces of rolling stock and marvellous historical buildings which is imbued with the breath of ancestors and numerous smaller artifacts on an 8-acre site.

 

 

Eskers Provincial Park

Eskers Provincial Park

It is a Eskers Provincial Park which includes beautiful scenary. Eskers Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. The park measures up roughly 3,979 hectares and was created in 1987. Located west of Nukko Lake, which lies northwest.

 

 

Purden Ski Village

Purden Ski Village

It is famous for skiing, ski resort, and wonderful mountain. Purden Ski Village is a ski resort located on Purden Mountain on the Yellowhead Highway 60 km east of Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. The area is operated by Purden Lake and Ski Resorts, which also owns Purden Lake Resort.

 

 

Fort George Canyon Provincial Park

Fort George Canyon Provincial Park

This place is set aside for Hiking. Fort George Canyon Provincial Park is a provincial park located in south of Prince George in British Columbia, Canada. The park's area encompasses 440 acres.

 

Prince George, Canada

Trois-rivières

Notre-Dame-du-Cap Basilica

Notre-Dame-du-Cap Basilica

Sanctuary and basilica

The Basilica of Notre-Dame-du-Cap is a basilica in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. It is an important Catholic sanctuary which receives thousands of pilgrims each year. The structure was originally built as a church in 1720

 

Forges du Saint-Maurice

Forges du Saint-Maurice

Historic site, history, hiking, and park

Forges du Saint-Maurice, just outside Trois-Rivières, Quebec, is a National Historic Site of Canada, and birthplace of the country's iron industry. Forges du Saint-Maurice was created on 25 March

 

 

La vieille prison de Trois-Rivières

La vieille prison de Trois-Rivières

The Old Prison of Trois-Rivières allows you to visit the prison with guides. Through the rich testimony of ex-inmates, you’ll get a get a sense of what life behind bars was really like at the time. The cells and isolation cells will surely make you feel happy to be free. The visit is not available for children under 12.

 

Trois-rivières, Canada

Brampton

Chinguacousy Park

Chinguacousy Park

Green space with kid-friendly activities

It is one of beautiful Park. Visitors can enjoy family-friendly outdoor with a range of activities, including mini-golf, a petting zoo, paddle boats & a skate park.

 

 

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives

It is the Peel Art Gallery, museum and archives which exhibit a number of collections related to the art. The Peel Art Gallery is a museum, art gallery, and archives for the Peel Region, located in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. Previously, it 

 

 

Gage Park, Brampton

Gage Park, Brampton

It is perfect area for concerts during summer time. On the other hands, It is suitable place for skating. In short, park with a wading pool, events & weekly concerts in the warm months, plus an ice rink in winter.

 

 

Claireville Conservation Area

Claireville Conservation Area

It is fantastic area for outdoor activities such as fishing, camping, lake fishing and so on. The Claireville Conservation Area is a suburban conservation area situated in the border of Peel Region and Toronto in Ontario, Canada

 

 

Heart Lake Conservation Area

Heart Lake Conservation Area

Here is for Zip-line, wetland, cycling, and park. Heart Lake Conservation Area encompasses 169 hectares in the Etobicoke Creek watershed, within the City of Brampton, Ontario. It is owned and managed by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.

 

Brampton, Canada

Charlottetown

Confederation Centre of the Arts

Confederation Centre of the Arts

The ultra-modern Confederation Centre of the Arts arranges an entire city block and opened in 1964 as Canada's national monument as Confederation. It includes convenient facilities such as a museum, art gallery, provincial library, two theaters, and a restaurant. In the third-floor art gallery, some magnificent and marvellous works by modern Canadian artists are on display. One room is dedicated to Charlottetown-raised artist Robert Harris, one of Canada's most well-known painters from the turn of the century. Every Canadian citizen paid fifteen cents towards the cost of the building. In the foyer, there are some beautiful sculpture is standing in chrome with crystal decorated as the coats-of-arms of each Canadian province.

 

 

Province House National Historic Site

Province House National Historic Site

Near the Confederation Centre stands Province House, the "Birthplace of Canada." This three-story sandstone building was built as the colonial government building from 1843-47. Today, Province House is the seat of the Parliament of Prince Edward Island, and council rooms are opening to visitors. The Confederation Chamber, where in 1864 representatives met to launch the modern state of Canada, was reconstructed some years ago. Photographs and documents of this historic event are on display, though there are no official records of what was said during the pre-unification meetings in Charlottetown.

 

 

St. Dunstan's Basilica

St. Dunstan's Basilica 

To the south of Province House, on the corner of Great George and Richmond Streets, is situated in St. Dunstan's Basilica. The seat of the province's Roman Catholic diocese was complemented at the end of the 19th century in the Neo-Gothic style. The ornate and delicate basilica is one of the largest buildings of its kind in eastern Canada, and is famed for its altar with its beautiful Italian carving and a superb rose window.  A walk along nearby Richmond and Kent Streets takes visitors through a neighborhood of gabled houses with extensive parks and gardens, providing an impressive reminder of Charlottetown's Victorian heritage. Don't lose the opportunity to look around a lovely area for a self-guided or guided walking tour.

 

 

Beaconsfield Historic House

Beaconsfield Historic House

At the beginning of Kent Street in Charlottetown stands Beaconsfield. The elegant villa was designed by W. C. Harris and built in 1877 with lace-like wooden decoration, a mansard roof, and a graceful dome. The style of mustard-yellow building is a compirsed of Victorian architecture, and the interior design and furnishings of this lovely old house make a tour well worthwhile. It now houses the Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation and a bookshop, which specializes in publications relating to the island. From time to time, exhibitions of local history, lectures, and concerts are held here.

 

 

Government House

Government House

The white edifice of Government House in Charlottetown, also called Fanningbank, is standing amid the grounds of Victoria Park. Built in a Georgian style, the building became the official seat of the Governor of the island after 1835. It is now the official residence for the Lieutenant Governor of PEI, who represents Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in the Province. Royalty and dignitaries visit the house when on the island. Make sure government House is open to the public during July and August only.

 

 

Founders' Hall

Founders' Hall

Founders' Hall, known as Canada's Birthplace Pavilion, now stands where delegates for the Charlottetown Conference arrived by boat in 1864. Exhibits in the hall concentrate on this key meeting of the Fathers of Confederation. For tourists who have inquire, there is information center providing local bookings and brochures on popular attractions. Guided historical walking tours and bus sightseeing tours depart from this central waterfront location.

 

 

Charlottetown, Canada

London

Fanshawe Pioneer Village

Fanshawe Pioneer Village

Fanshawe Pioneer Village is an open-air museum established in 1959 and located in the Fanshawe Conservation Area in London, Ontario. Fanshawe Pioneer Village is an early example of the museum type known as a “Pioneer Village,”  Fanshawe Pioneer Village is giving the story of rural communities in the former townships of Westminster, London, North Dorchester, Delaware, West Nissouri and Lobo in Middlesex County from 1820 to 1920 and the founding and development of the City of London up to 1840. Fanshawe Pioneer Village is owned and operated by the not-for-profit charity known as the London and Middlesex Heritage Museum.

 

 

London Regional Children's Museum

London Regional Children's Museum

The London Children’s Museum give a fantastic opportunities children and their grown-ups can experience extraordinary hands-on learning in a distinctly child-centred environment. It is so children-friendly area. Part of the London community for more than 35 years, the Children’s Museum is where approximately 80,000 children and their families visit each year to dream and play, and gather and helpful to develope and grow their spirits through learning. Exhibits and stimulating learning experiences allow them to explore history and heritage, investigate the complexities of science and social relationships adn their culture. The Children’s Museum helps children indulge and provoke their curiosity.

 

 

Eldon House

Eldon House

Eldon House is a museum featuring 19th century period mansion and gardens. Eldon House is an historic site in downtown London that has been preserved and maintained since 1960. It was home to four generations of the Harris family, and is an excellent example of Georgian and Regency architectural styles. Its gardens for local and visitors are considered among the most fantastic gardens in the city.

 

 

Springbank Park

Springbank Park

Springbank Park is a 140-hectare park situated along a stretch of the Thames River in London, Ontario, Canada. As the largest park in London, it contains 30 km of trails and is home to Storybook Gardens. This area is so family-friendly that it is the one of the best family attraction open year-round.

 

 

The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum

The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum

The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum is a military museum located at Wolseley Barracks in London, Ontario, Canada. It is the perfect area for fostering a deeper understanding of the military experience in general through feeling and touching, experiencing. The museum offers programming that promotes and enhances the pride that Canadians have in their military and its achievements. Although the museum does not charge admission fees, an honorarium is recommended to cover for administration fees related to bookings and programs delivery.

 

 

 

 

 

London, Canada

Lakeshore

Lake St. Clair

Lake St. Clair

Lake St. Clair is a freshwater lake that lies between the Canadian province of Ontario and the U.S. state of Michigan. It was named after Clare of Assisi, on whose feast day it was navigated and christened by French Catholic explorers in 1679. It is part of the Great Lakes system, and along with the St. Clair River and Detroit River, Lake St. Clair connects Lake Huron with Lake Erie. It encompasses a total surface area of about 430 square miles and average depth of just 11 ft ; to ensure an uninterrupted waterway, government agencies on both sides of the lake have maintained a deep shipping channel through the shallow lake for well over a century.

 


Lakeview Park West beach

Lakeview Park West beach

The east and west beaches at Oshawa’s Lakeview Park stretch across a long sandy shoreline situated within an expansive waterfront recreation and lesuire area. A lot of convenient facilities such as Soccer fields, slow pitch diamonds, picnic facilities and outdoor and indoor concerts can all be set aside in the area. At the most eastern end of the beaches, there is harbour which is the symbol of industrialization. Across the harbour is Gifford Hill which is a historic site that served as a trading post during the 18th century. Beyond Gifford Hill is Second Marsh, a 123 ha coastal wetland that is home to extensive biodiversity such as reptiles, mammals, birds, fish and insects. You will be see marvellous ecosystem. Walking trails, viewing platforms, and benches are among the many things being available in the green space of the beaches where everyone can find something to appreciate and enjoy outdoors.

 


Tremblay Beach conservation Area

Tremblay Beach conservation Area

In Tremblay Beach conservation Area, there is no formal trail but the area is yours to explore and there are something interesting attract you to see . Look out for Oak-Hickory Woodland, Oak Savannah, Red Cedar Savannah, and old-field thicket. From late July to early September, all the open areas are masterfully filled and coloured  with the yellow of gray-headed coneflower, the purple of nodding wild onion and clusters of the white of whorled milkweed. In the other hands, the area  will be filled with a variety of  blossom. In the open savannahs, visitors can find the provincially Hop Tree as well as Blue Ash. Much special thing is  it is a plant that in Canada is confined only to Pelee Island. Stone Road Alvar is also prime habitat for the endangered Blue Racer snake. As well, five rare butterflies occur quite commonly at Stone Road - the spectacular Giant Swallowtail, the Tawny Emperor, Acadian hairstreak, Hackberry Butterfly, and Sachem Skipper. Carolinian bird species such as the Yellow-breasted Chat and the Blue-gray Gnatcatcher like the property's dense thickets. Here is the perfect area biodiversity has been harmony with each other.

Lakeshore, Canada

Lethbridge

Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden

Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden

It is the Garden and botanical garden. called Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden being a 4-acre garden near Henderson Lake in Lethbridge, Alberta, designed by Dr. Tadashi Kubo of Osaka Prefecture University in Japan. it will be offer for visitors to get an unforgettable cultural experience. Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden is combining the beauty of nature in a serene setting. From the first spring blossom to the final autumn leaf, the Garden is an oasis of tranquility and remind peaceful mind for tourists. Enjoy the serenity in the japanese garden to make you much comfortable.

 

 

Galt Museum & Archives

Galt Museum & Archives

Museum. Galt Museum & Archives is the primary museum in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, and is the largest museum in the province south of Calgary. The Galt Museum & Archives engages and spread over local communities about the human history and spirits of southwestern Alberta by preserving and sharing collections, stories and memories that identify local collective identity and guide our future.
 

 

 

Fort Whoop-Up

Fort Whoop-Up

Fort Whoop-Up was the nickname originated from a whisky trading post, originally Fort Hamilton, near what is now Lethbridge. Owing to the lack of a police force in the region at that time, many whisky traders had settled in the area and taken a good profit to charging unusually high prices for their goods even if the sale of whisky was outlawed.  Fort Whoop-Up is also the name of a replica site and interpretive centre built in Indian Battle Park.

 

 

Nicholas Sheran Park

Nicholas Sheran Park

Here is set aside for outdoor activities such as fishing, golf, history, lake, and park. Nicholas Sheran Park is an urban park in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, and is named after one of the city's founders, Nicholas Sheran. The largest park in West Lethbridge. In short, Nicholas Sheran Park is the premier west side park including a number of facilities like a man made lake, a great trail system around the lake, large open spaces, disk golf, a large playground, a small picnic shelter and an edible ​orchard.

 

Lethbridge, Canada

Saguenay

Kingsbrae Garden Plant Centre

Kingsbrae Garden Plant Centre

the Kingsbrae Garden Plant Centre is a comfortable option for visitors in order to purchase their stylish gardening needs they want.  Learn from our on staff horticulturalists how to improve your garden or even keep those pesky deer away. Particularly, visitors enjoy the vitality with seeing over 50,000 perennials themed gardens, ponds, streams, various animals and birds. In addition, great cuisine using the freshest products are prepared by multiy-award winning Chef. The plant centre features many product options including hanging baskets, mulch, soil, compost, seeds, magnolias, and thousands of perennials.

 

 

St. Andrews Blockhouse

St. Andrews Blockhouse

Built during the War of 1812, today it contains elements of the oldest blockhouse in New Brunswick. Located in the Niger Reef on Passamaquoddy Bay, it provided an excellent vantage point for soldiers keeping a watchful eye as fortification. This was one of 12 such structures used to defend New Brunswick during the war between Britain and the United States. Interpretive displays and guides explain and give help hands to tell you more about the construction of this building and the role it played. Unfortunately, it was partially destroyed by fire in 1993,however, the blockhouse has since been carefully restored. Today it looks much the same as it did in 1812, when British soldiers stationed there were on the lookout for American invaders.

 

 

Ross Memorial Museum

Ross Memorial Museum

The Ross Memorial Museum is a personal decorative arts collection displayed in a fine early 19th-century house in the National Historic District of St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. The museum and collection was left to the town of St. Andrews by its benefactors, Sarah Juliette Ross and her husband, Henry Phipps Ross. This tremendous building is so meaningful in that it has historic and architectually significance.

 

 

Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre

Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre

Established in 1964, Sunbury Shores explores the connections between art and Nature and has played a key role in educating the community about the importance of the arts and our natural environment. The thing is attractive it contains artists' studios, printmaking shop, pottery studio, exhibition gallery, and library as well as administrative offices with incredible staff of artists and naturalists provide instruction year round. Furthermore, it offers courses for children like children's art programs being availabe in July and August  through either outreach to schools or on our premises and weekend workshops in painting, pottery, rug hooking, stained glass, mosaics, printmaking, and various nature oriented activities.

 

 

St.Andrews Lighthouse

St.Andrews Lighthouse

St. Andrews was an important seaport in the early days of the Colony of New Brunswick, and, built in 1833, Pendlebury Lighthouse has lit the way for hundreds of vessels throughout history. In detail, it is the oldest remaining mainland lighthouse in New Brunswick and is commonly referred to as Pendlebury Lighthouse, the name of the family that tended the light for almost 100 years.. Now, it’s the oldest remaining mainland lighthouse in New Brunswick.

Saguenay, Canada

Greater Sudbury

Science North

Science North

Science North is an exciting science museum in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.It is one of Northern Ontario's most popular tourist attraction, consists of two snowflake-shaped buildings on the southwestern shore of Ramsey Lake,  just south of the city's downtown core, and a former ice hockey arena which includes the complex's entrance and an IMAX theatre. The snowflake buildings are connected by a rock tunnel, which passes through a billion-year-old geologic fault. This fault line was not known to be under the complex during the construction of the building in the early 1980s. Where the walkway reaches the larger snowflake, the Inco Cavern auditorium is frequently used for temporary exhibits, press conferences, and other gala events by Science North and the wider community.

 


Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth is an interactive science museum in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Owned and operated by Science North, Dynamic Earth is an earth sciences museum which builds on the city's mining heritage, focusing principally on geology and mining history exhibitions. Dynamic Earth is an immersive and tremendous science centre that is related to earth science and mining experiences. The centre, which opened in 2003, is home to the Big Nickel, one of the city's most famous landmarks.

 


Northern Ontario Railroad Museum

Northern Ontario Railroad Museum

The Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre is a rail transport museum located in the community of Capreol in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Here, visitors can be willing to get a lot of knowledge about transportation. The museum's mandate is to provide a unique and educational tourist attraction that preserves and displays the railroading past and heritage of Northern Ontario.

 


Art Gallery of Sudbury

Art Gallery of Sudbury

The Art Gallery of Sudbury is an art gallery which exhibits beautiful collections in Sudbury, Ontario. Instituted in 1967 by the city's chamber of commerce under the Canadian Centennial centennial projects, the gallery is situated on the historic turn of the century arts and crafts movement Belrock Mansion of William J. Bell, an early lumber baron in the city and philanthropist. It was originally known as the Laurentian University Museum and Art Centre, or LUMAC, and adopted its current name in 1997.

 


Sudbury Downs

Sudbury Downs

Sudbury Downs is a harness racing track located in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, on Bonin Road between the communities of Azilda and Chelmsford. During the racing season, there are usually two race nights per week, on Wednesday and Saturday, with ten to fourteen races each race night. The facility also has a Slot Parlor (with full service Bar) containing a large number of slot machines, although it is not a full casino. The Main building also includes a snack bar, Deli style sandwich bar and a Fine Dining restaurant that is open each race night and special occasions.

 


A.Y. Jackson Lookout

A.Y. Jackson Lookout

The A.Y. Jackson Lookout offers a scenic and marvellous view of High Falls as it cascades 55 m into the Sudbury Basin. The site offers three trails, including a self-guided Geological Walking Tour which is wheelchair accessible. The lookout is also part of a self-guided driving tour that examines the unique rock types that created the vast mineral resources of the Sudbury Basin. In addition, The Welcome Centre has washroom facilities and picnic areas. This trail is developed and supported through the efforts of the Rainbow Routes Trail Association. Rainbow Routes is a not-for-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the development and promotion of non-motorized trails generally, and the Trans Canada Trail in particular for the City of Greater Sudbury

Greater Sudbury, Canada

Goderich

Goderich Main Beach

Goderich Main Beach

Main Beach is situated in the Lake Huron Shoreline in the town of Goderich. The sandy beach is a great destination for swimming and other recreational water activities like surfing etc. Particularly, for visitors who go during July and August, lifeguard patrol the beach.  The beach can be found next to the south pier by Goderich Harbour.

 


Huron County Museum

Huron County Museum

The Huron County Museum is originally home to historical and cultural exhibitions, both temporary and permanent.  Thousands of artifacts illustrate and depict the history of both our rural and urban communities in a variety of themes and topics. In the Huron County Museum, it is harmonized with past and contemporary exhibitions, each other. Permanent exhibitions feature early settlement, agriculture, military and main street galleries including a full-size steam locomotive central to the building which have each of section.  A variety of temporary exhibitions throughout the year is the result through investigating and exploring topics of local significance. The Huron County Museum offers a variety of events, activities and exhibits throughout the year to welcome the public through our doors.

 

 

Huron Histoirc Gaol

Huron Histoirc Gaol

The Huron Historic Gaol was established as the Huron County Gaol (Jail) for Upper Canada's Huron District. Clearing of the land began in Goderich. A temporary courtroom and Council Chambers were set up on the jail’s third floor. It was in this makeshift Council Chamber that the first Huron District Council meeting was held on February 8, 1842. The third floor was also used for church services and other public gatherings before proper buildings were available. The building served the dual purpose of jail and courthouse until the construction of the county courthouse was completed in 1856, in the centre of Goderich’s Market Square. The site ceased functioning as a jail serving Huron County in 1972 and inmates were then transferred to Walkerton and Stratford jails. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1973.

 

 

St. Christopher's Beach

St. Christopher's Beach

St. Christopher's Beach is a sandy beach on the shores of Lake Huron in the town of Goderich. St. Chistopher's is one of three beaches in Goderich that are connected by a wooden boardwalk. The beach is a great place for a family day trip with its pavilions, barbecues and playground as well as swimmer who want to enjoy summer outdoor activities. In addition, it also include wonderful and beautiful ocean view.

 

 

Town of Goderich

Town of Goderich

Steeped in historic charm and natural beauty, the Port of Goderich on the shore of Lake Huron, takes pride in its reputation as Canada's prettiest town and winner of multiple Communities. For example, There are lots of  Marinas, parks, beaches, walking trails, golf, fishing, special events, museums, heritage architecture and our rich maritime history being the attractions catched by visitors.

Goderich, Canada