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Attractions

Combining the great outdoors with urban waterfront settings, you will be immersed in rich history at the Ermatinger•Clergue National Historic Site, the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre and the Parks Canada-Sault Canal. Ride the historic rails on the Agawa Canyon Train Tour, and see original Group of 7 paintings and sketches at the Art Gallery of Algoma. 

One of the most popular train excursions in North America, and a Canadian Signature Experience. Operating daily from September to mid-October, this one-day wilderness excursion will take you 114 miles north through the Algoma wilderness, over towering trestles, alongside pristine northern lakes and rivers, and through the awesome granite rock formations and mixed forests of the Canadian Shield.
Sault Ste. Marie is home to one of the highest vertical ski hills in Ontario, as well as world-class cross-country skiing (over 100 km of groomed trails) and incredible, untouched backcountry skiing with Ontario’s best powder.
Mill Market Farmers Market is conveniently located right off the Hub Trail, just steps away from the Ontario locks and the scenic St. Mary’s River waterfront. Grown, raised or crafted by Northern Ontario’s farmers, ranchers, fishermen, artists and artisans; Mill Market brings the best of our lakes, fields and forests to the heart of the historic Canal District in downtown Sault Ste. Marie.
Thomson Strawberry Farm is a family-owned farm and winery that has been proudly serving the residents of Sault Ste Marie for over 40 years.

Don't worry - there is so much more! For more information on Sault Ste. Marie attractions, visit  our tourism website .