Orillia Opera House
The turreted Orillia Opera House hosts a variety of productions including the likes of Cats and Oklahoma!
The Aboriginal-owned Casino Rama is also a stage for the touring circuit: think Drew Carey or Captain & Tennille. A courtesy shuttle...
Like most towns in the Georgian Bay region, Orillia offers a variety of sightseeing cruises. The Island Princess departs daily at...
It's a bit like dining inside a Christmas stocking, but this half-bakery, half-knickknack shack is a feast for the eyes as well as the...
Lonely Planet review
Orillia was the home of humorist Stephen Leacock, whose sequence of stories entitled Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town was a spoof about country life. In 1928 he built a lavish waterfront house that has since become the Leacock Museum. In July the museum hosts the Leacock Summer Festival, a well-regarded literary festival; tickets to readings cost $8 to $13.