Discover Sudbury’s rich cultural heritage! Visit Sudbury’s Museums and take part in many family fun annual and seasonal events for all ages.

Anderson Farm Museum

Anderson Farm Museum

550, chemin Municipal Road 24,, Lively ON, P3Y 1M9


Explore the century-old heritage buildings of a former dairy farm, once among the largest operating in Northern Ontario during the 1920s-1930s, and visit a log cabin originally from the ghost town of Creighton Mine!

September-June: Monday-Friday, 10 AM-4 PM (by appointment only).

July 6 – August 28, 2020: Daily, 10 AM-4 PM.

This is a cash only site.

Copper Cliff Museum

26, rue Balsam Street, Copper Cliff, ON

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Come see our log cabin museum, built in 1890 and located on the site of Copper Cliff’s first dwelling! Inside you can learn all about the early days of Copper Cliff, the history of mining in the area, and the former Town’s part in the World Wars

Flour Mill Museum

Le parc O’Connor Park, 140, rue George Street, Sudbury, P3C 2W7

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In this clapboard house built in 1903 by its owner, François Varieur, you can learn the history of the Flour Mill neighbourhood and hear stories of the area’s early French Canadian residents as well as their part in the development of Greater Sudbury.

Rayside-Balfour Museum

120, rue Agnes Street, Azilda, ON P0M 1B0

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This museum is located in Azilda’s Gilles Pelland Library and it displays artifacts relating to the development and history of both Azilda and Chelmsford, and also some of the people who left their mark on the area.

For hours of operation call: 705-688-3955 OR See: Admission is free.