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Greater Sudbury is a different place to visit - a unique city in many ways.  Find out more by visiting these tourist sites:

www.sudburytourism.ca

This site will tell you about many of the things to see and do in our city.

www.sciencenorth.ca

This tourist attraction (shown on our home page) is the most visited in Northern Ontario along with Dynamic Earth.

www.rainbowroutes.com

Maps and more on hiking opportunities in Greater Sudbury

www.sudburydiscoveries.ca

Guide to outdoor eco-adventures in Greater Sudbury and area

www.rainbowcountry.com

Lots of information about our section of Northern Ontario.

www.mysudbury.ca

More information on our city.

 

 

Suggested Visits:

For first time visitors to Greater Sudbury plan on spending two days visiting Science North and Dynamic Earth - there is lots to see and experience for all members of the family.  If you have more time visit the A.Y. Jackson outlook and Anderson Farm or any of our area museums or art galleries or other attractions.  Take a cruise on Lake Ramsey and visit our picturesque parks and trails throughout the city.  Consider dropping by dinosaur valley for mini-putt fun or any of our regular great golf courses, or one of our many festivals.  Don't forget shopping including our downtown farmers market square.  By clicking on the various links provided on this site you will be able to plan a visit that will provide many memories.

If visiting by car check out our tourist information centers located on Highway 69 South and on Highway 17 entrances to the city East and West for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fireworks over the Big Nickel and Dynamic Earth

High Falls from the A. Y. Jackson lookout (near Onaping)

Entertainment:  Things to see and do in Greater Sudbury:

www.wowsudbury.com

An entertainment guide to all that is happening in Greater Sudbury.

www.sudburytheatre.on.ca

Sudbury's own professional theatre - recognized across Canada.

www.artsudbury.org

A guide to our art gallery

www.dinosaursudbury.ca

Award winning mini-golf tourist attraction - plus organic farm located near by for fresh vegetables.

www.infocomcanada.com/thegrottosudbury/

The grotto and stations of the cross built in 1907 and recently restored is a unique site for religious and other visitors to the city.. 

 

 

 

 

Check out the current Sudbury weather conditions and forecast courtesy of:    

The Weather Network

 

Other Places - Same Name:

Did you know there are two other Sudbury communities?  One is in England (for which we are named) and the other in the United States.  For more information on the American community that shares our name please click on this link.  For information on the original Sudbury (in England) go to this web site: www.sudburysuffolk.com

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Festivals - Special Events and sites of interest in The City of Greater Sudbury.

This is the former Bell Park Amphitheatre on the shores of lake Ramsey site of the Nothern Lights Festival Boreal and other events throughout the Sudbury summertime. This facility has been replaced by a new venue on the same site.

Information on some of our Greater Sudbury Festivals:

 www.blueberryfestival.ca

The City of Greater Sudbury  is the blueberry capital of the world, our greatest above ground resource.  Find out about our annual festival at this site. 

Other Festivals and activities (plus other information on the following site:

www,sudburyontario.worldweb.com:

Attractions Maps

Central City attractions

Greater Sudbury attractions

For other maps and information:

www.foundlocally.com/sudbury

For information on  Sudbury and our county from another perspective:  www.truecanada.ca

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