Located in a historic building, which once served as a Police Station and Court House, the Thunder Bay Museum offers visitors six galleries of local, regional and national heritage. Enjoy the permanent exhibits on the main floor, depicting the early years of Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario. Traveling and local exhibits that change frequently are featured on the second floor. The Antechamber Gallery, featuring works by local artists and craftspeople; as well as a gentlemen’s games room, music gallery, and military exhibit can be found on the third floor.
The museum will be offering free admission on Friday September 30th, 2017 as part of Thunder Bay's Culture Days, as well as on Saturday November 11th in honour of Remembrance Day.
For general inquiries:
To book a school tour:
Marissa Kuper, Education Officer
Thunder Bay Museum
425 Donald St. E.
Thunder Bay, ON
Open Tuesday through Sunday
1pm to 5pm
For More Information
For additional information, please visit the Thunder Bay Museum website.