Toronto - Gravenhust - Sudbury (413 km)
In the morning, we will depart from Toronto, driving north to Gravenhurst, where we will see the Bethune House, the birthplace of Dr. Norman Bethune. After that, we will continue to the Muskoka Lakes to cruise on the Segwun Steamship. Along the way, we will pass Millionaire's Row, a stretch of shoreline famous for its grand summer homes, many dating back to the turn of the century. Afterwards, we will continue to Sudbury and see the Big Nickel, a monument to the city's nickel mining industry. We will visit Science North, the city's museum of science and technology, where we can enjoy the Butterfly Garden and an interactive movies.
Gravenhurst is a town in the Muskoka Region of Ontario, Canada. It is located approximately 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) south of Bracebridge, Ontario.
Muskoka Lakes, Canada
This municipality and lakes region in Ontario is an excellent place to cruise, as there are many islands with exquisitely adorned homes, like those of Millionaire's Row.
The name Millionaire's Row is used to describe the series of houses that sit on the coasts of the Muskoka Lakes. Visitors to the region should be sure to take a cruise of this region to see these marvelous homes.
Muskoka Steamship Cruise
Visitors will board a large steamship cruiser to take a cruise of the beautiful Muskoka Lakes region, where we will get to see the amazing houses on Millionaire's Row.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$38; Child (Under 12 yrs) C$20; Senior (Over 65 yrs) C$38
Sudbury is a city in Ontario, Canada. It is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population. By land area, it is the largest in Ontario and the seventh largest in Canada. It was once a major lumber centre and a world leader in nickel mining.
A monument to Sudbury's proud history of nickel-mining, the Big Nickel is on the grounds of Dynamic Earth, a local science museum. It quickly became one of the city's best-known landmarks.
This interactive museum in Sudbury is a large, two building complex full of exhibits on science and technology, including an IMAX theater, a butterfly gallery, and planetarium. Because so many exhibits are interactive, this is a truly immersive experience.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$31; Child (2-12 yrs) C$26; Senior (Over 65 yrs) C$28
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Sudbury - Algonquin Park - Toronto (431 km)
After breakfast, we will set out along the scenery of Nipissing Lake through North Bay as we make our way to Algonquin Provincial Park, full of maple hills, rocky ridges and thousands of lakes. In the evening, we will return to Toronto, where the tour will come to an end.
Huntsville is the largest town in the Muskoka Region of Ontario, Canada. It is located 215 kilometres (134 mi) north of Toronto and 130 kilometres (81 mi) south of North Bay. Due to its natural environment and natural resources, Huntsville is a tourist destination drawing people from around the world.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Algonquin Provincial Park covers a massive area in Ontario, providing numerous campsites, which has served as the inspiration for various landscape painters. Within the park are a visitor's center and a Logging Museum.