Sault Ste. Marie Museum

The Sault Ste. Marie Museum is a non-profit, charitable organization facilitated by the Sault Ste. Marie & 49th Field Regiment R.C.A. Historical Society. Located in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, the museum welcomes visitors year-round to explore the three floors of exhibit galleries that depict the heritage of Sault Ste. Marie. Displays include travelling and locally curated exhibits. The “Old Post Office” building is an absolutely beautiful must see.

Timmins Museum – National Exhibition Centre

The TM:NEC operates as a community museum and a national exhibition centre; we connect objects of cultural and national significance to our community and visitors. Our collections, exhibitions and programmes have the power to educate, inspire and transform individuals of all ages, from our local, regional and national communities. The museum includes a history gallery featuring “Where we Stand – Stories of the Land”, our permanent history exhibit detailing the stories of the Porcupine region dating from 5000 years ago to the present. Our temporary gallery space hosts travelling exhibitions from across Canada, as well as regional art exhibitions featuring artists from Northeastern Ontario. The museum grounds include an example of a historic Hollinger House; We also offer a variety of workshops for adults and children dealing with arts and heritage themes.

Mattawa Museum

The Mattawa Museum was built in 1984 to house the documentation, art and artifacts that were to be preserved and shared with locals and visitors. The museum has an impressive collection of Aboriginal items such as tools and artifacts, a CPR railroad exhibit, vintage household items, war memorabilia, a Mattawa sports hall of fame, and many interesting northern Ontario animals and birds. There is also a stage at the back of the Museum which hosts many events, including many performances during Mattawa Voyageur Days.