Located in the historic Canadian Pacific Railway station that was built in 1903, the North Bay Museum is a cultural institution dedicated to preserving and showcasing the history and heritage of the local community.
The museum offers visitors a captivating journey through time, providing insight into the city’s past, traditions, and significant events. The exhibits cover a wide range of topics, including the logging and mining industries that played a vital role in shaping the region, as well as the Indigenous heritage and the contributions of the local First Nations communities. Visitors can explore interactive displays, artifacts, photographs, and archival materials that bring the history of North Bay to life.
The museum also hosts special exhibitions, educational programs, and community events to engage visitors of all ages. Whether you are a history enthusiast or simply curious about the local heritage, the North Bay Museum provides an enriching and informative experience that deepens your understanding of the city’s roots and cultural identity.