Sudbury Visitor Tourist Tips
Whether you're coming to visit -- for business or for pleasure-- (or your live here), this section has all of the
travel information for Sudbury and area. Here's the information about local area attractions, hotels and accommodations, city maps, and more.
Here are SOME local items of interest. use the red Sudbury Attractions Search at right (or in the bottom menus, if you are on a Smarthpone or table)
Sudbury Attractions & Travel Services Business Directory
Here are some featured local attractions, museums, historical sites, and festivals:
Come out and try our full bodied single or double seater Go-Karts. Open every day from May to October.
On Tuesdays race wheel to wheel at 80 km/hr in the Real Racing League. We supply everything. Get your training and go racing on Tuesday evenings.
The signature hole is the #16, a 376-yard par 5, with a water hazard in the middle of the fairway, requiring a short or long tee shot, and then the opposite, to get onto the green. Has a driving net and a putting green. Challenging for the
This course was built on hilly terrain in 1922, so there will be some uneven lies. The fairways are narrow and tree-lined, with water hazards on nine holes, and sand bunkers on every hole. The signature hole is #10, a 365-yard par 4, featur
This great new course is getting rave reviews. Has a driving range and a putting green.
7 different courses , total of 63 holes of mini golf with 20 mammoth skeleton dinosaurs, includes exhibits of Dragons new for 2006 and Raptors exhibit 2006 Recipient of the Inaugural Tourism Innovation Award Winner by Attractions Ontario.
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Here are some featured art galleries and stores selling paintings, fine art, prints, or sculpture:
A former health centre reclaimed, renovated, redecorated & revived, this hub of cultural activity exhibits the creations of Anglophone, Francophone, Métis & First Nations artists & artisans represented by the French River Cultural Industries Council.
More than six decades ago, Lowe's began as a small neighbourhood hardware store. The philosophy was simple: to deliver superior customer service. That first store was a place where customers always felt welcomed, and always found the help they needed
Here are some featured local festivals, inlcuding family, music, cultural, and historial ones:
The French River Cultural Industries Council celebrates and promotes the arts and cultures of the First Nations, Metis, Francophone, and Anglophone populations of the French River-Nipissing corridor.
Canada's longest continuously running outdoor music festival. Presenting the best in Canadian roots and modern music. An eclectic event with something for everyone!
Our traditional name is Wahnapitaeping "That place where the water is shaped like a molar tooth". We are proud of our rich heritage and culture and want to share that information with you.