Science North

705.522.3701, 1.800.461.4898
100 Ramsey Lake Road
Sudbury, ON P3E 5S9 Canada

Science North creates and markets high quality science education and entertainment experiences which involve people in the relationship between science and everyday life.

Big Nickel and Dynamic Earth


Anderson Farm Museum
25 Black Lake Road
Lively, ON P3Y 1H8
Phone: 705-692-4448

If you don’t visit the Anderson Farm Museum for the history lesson, at least come for the view.With 14 acres of natural beauty, the Anderson Farm Museum is the perfect location for a Sunday picnic or family gathering! The Anderson Farm Museum is the site of one of the largest dairies in the Sudbury area during the 1920s and 1930s. Today the site has been developed to preserve the rich history of the surrounding community. Visitors to the museum can see the farmhouse, built in 1914, where the Anderson family lived while operating the dairy. The barn and milk house are also on display.


Centre Franco-Ontarien De Folklore
1169, rue Dollard
Sudbury, Ontario P3A 4G7
Téléphone: 705-675-8986
Télécopier: 705-675-5809

Le Centre franco-ontarien de folklore est un chef de file dans le domaine de la conservation et du développement du patrimoine. Les travaux de son fondateur, le père Germain Lemieux, et la réalisation de l’Inventaire du patrimoine franco-ontarien lui ont acquis une renommée enviable. Sa mission est de recueillir, de préserver et de mettre en valeur le patrimoine oral franco-ontarien. Reconnu comme organisme provincial de patrimoine en 1991, le Centre a reçu en 1996 le prix de parcs Canada pour sa contribution à la conservation et à la mise en valeur du patrimoine et, en 2002, le prix Roger-Bernard en reconnaissance de trente ans comme chef de file dans le domaine du folklore et du patrimoine.

Centre franco-ontarien de folklore U. de Sudbury 935 chemin du lac Ramsey Sudbury ON P3E 2C6.

Réservez votre visite dès maintenant!


Copper Cliff Museum
26 Balsam Street
Copper Cliff, ON
Phone: 705-692-4448 (Anderson Farm)

The Copper Cliff Museum offers fun visual learning for school groups and anyone interested in finding out more information about mining in the Sudbury area. The museum is housed in a turn-of-the-century, two-storey log building. The building was originally the home of an early miner and his family and located on Clarabelle Road in Copper Cliff. In 1972, the building was moved to its present location, where it became a museum. To the left of the museum, visitors can see a stone fireplace which was erected in 1927 by the citizens of Copper Cliff in recognition of the site of the first building in the community.


Flour Mill Museum/Musee Du Moulin a Fleur

Greater Sudbury Virtual Museum – Heritage Museums

The Greater Sudbury Virtual Heritage Museum’s aim is to keep alive the distinct northern ethnic groups and the economic influences that helped form and shape the Greater Sudbury Area. This site combines the area’s four museums offering digital imaging, audio and video components.


Killarney Centennial Museum

Killarney Museum
29 Commissioner Street
Killarney, Ontario  P0M 2A0

Toll Free: 1-888-597-2721
Tel: 705-287-2424
Fax: 705-287-2660
Email: [email protected]


Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre    

Capreol, Ontario

[email protected]

(705) 858 – 5050

(705) 858 – 4539

26 Bloor St.
Capreol, Ontario
P0M 1H0