Muskoka Lakes attractions

Waterfall in Bracebridge

Bracebridge Falls

Near the visitors center you'll find the best known of Bracebridge's 22 waterfalls, Bracebridge Falls. Other favorites include Muskoka South Falls (33m), about 6km south of town, Wilson's Falls and High Falls, both…
Museum in Gravenhurst

Muskoka Discovery Centre

This museum tells the region’s rich history of steamships and hoteliers with displays of over 20 wooden vessels. Also here, you'll find two ships: the Segwun, the oldest operating steamship in North America, and the…
Museum in Orillia

Leacock Museum

In 1928 Canadian humorist Stephen Leacock built a lavish waterfront house that has since become the Leacock Museum. It is even easier to drop by now that admission is free and it's open daily. In July the museum hos…
Historic Building in Gravenhurst

Bethune Memorial House

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 Span…
Museum in Huntsville

Muskoka Heritage Place

Come here for a historical perspective of the region, which includes an authentic pioneer village, several informative museums and a working steam train from 1902 (departs several times per day; rides included in ad…
Museum in Orillia

Coldwater Canadiana Heritage Museum

West of Orillia 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 from 1830 to 1950.
Brewery in Bracebridge

Muskoka Brewery

Muskoka Brewery bottles some delicious flavors including a cream ale and a couple of lagers. In summer free taste-testing tours depart 12:30pm to 3:30pm on the half-hour, Thursday to Saturday.