Top ChoiceMuseum in Gravenhurst

Muskoka Steamships & Discovery Centre

This well-conceived museum tells the region’s rich history of the First Nations people who lived here, the European settlers and loggers who displaced them, and the steamships, hoteliers and 'cottage country'...

Public Art in Huntsville

Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery

Thirty-six beautiful murals, reproductions of Ontario landscapes painted by Tom Thomson and the famous Group of Seven artists he inspired, are a highlight of a stroll through the center of town. Granted, they're...

Farm in Rosseau & Port Carling

Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery

This family-run cranberry farm offers tours of its facilities, self-guided nature trails, and even cranberry wine tastings. Stop by in late September for photo ops straight out of a magazine – you, a pair of...

Museum in Huntsville

Muskoka Heritage Place

Come here for a historical perspective of the region, which includes an authentic pioneer village with staff in period dress, a small but informative history museum and a working steam train from 1902 (departs...

Waterfall in Bracebridge

Bracebridge Falls

Near the visitor center you'll find the best known of Bracebridge's 22 waterfalls, Bracebridge Falls. Though this one is artificial – it was created as part of the town dam – some naturally made faves include...

Museum in Orillia

Leacock Museum National Historic Site

In 1928 Canadian humorist Stephen Leacock built a lavish waterfront house that has since become the Leacock Museum. Some rooms were kept as Leacock left them at the time of his death in 1944, others are used as...

Historic Building in Gravenhurst

Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site

This small museum honors Canadian doctor Norman Bethune, who spent much of his life in China as a surgeon and educator. Bethune set up the world’s first mobile blood-transfusion clinic while in Spain during the...

Museum in Orillia

Coldwater Canadiana Heritage Museum

Halfway between Orillia and Midland, on Hwy 12 before it connects with Hwy 400, you'll find this charming riverside folk museum with its sweet collection of colonial buildings tracing the history of village life...