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  • 1 Georgian Bay Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    This huge, almost-closed, bay named in homage to King George IV of England, is separated from Lake Huron by Bruce Peninsula and Manitoulin Island. The north and east banks, are wild and dotted with a multitude of little islands. Contrasting with thes..

  • 2 Martyrs' Shrine Interesting

    Religious buildings

    16163 Highway 12-W

    This twin-spired stone church was built in 1926 as a memorial to the eight Jesuit martyrs of New France, who were declared saints in 1930. They were killed by the Iroquois between 1642 and 1649, the first five while they were missionaries at Sainte-M..

  • 3 Huron Ouendat Village Interesting

    Museums and art

    549 Little Lake Park

    Visitors pass through the wooden palisade to examine examples of the long, rectangular, bark-covered frame houses in which the Huron lived communally. Animal skins, plants and herbs are hanging to dry. The medicine man's house, a sweat bath, storage ..

  • 4 Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre

    Museums and art

    16160 Highway 12 East

    Located next to Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre is devoted to regional wild and plant life by way of audiovisual films and exhibits. Nature trails through the marshland, the occasional boardwalk and an observation tower a..

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