Ontario's Natural Wonders and Major Attractions

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Nearly everyone the world over has heard about or seen pictures of the majesty and power of Niagara Falls, but Ontario has so many more incredible natural wonders that are just as awe-inspiring. From the geological events traced in rock faces and caves to thousands of lakes and waterways for canoeing and exploring, to nature trails in Ontario’s many parks and conservations areas, fresh air and a sense of freedom and expanse are found in every corner of the province.

Just a few of these natural wonders include:

  • Algonquin Park
  • Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Thunder Bay
  • Scarborough Bluff, Scarborough
  • Sandbank Provincial Park, Prince Edward County
  • Bruce Peninsula National Park, Tobermory
  • Elora Gorge, Elora
  • Bonnechere Caves, Eganville
  • Rattlesnake Point, Milton
  • Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park, Mattawa
  • Bon Echo Provincial Park, Cloyne
  • Kakabeka Falls

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Major Attractions

A motto associated with the province of Ontario is “Yours to Discover” and it is very appropriate because it is true. While many have heard of the CN Tower in Toronto or have seen images of Canada’s iconic Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, the whole of Ontario offers a vast variety of attractions including historical sites, incredible architecture, and many cultural institutions.

Just a few of these major attractions include:

  • Ontario Science Centre, Toronto
  • Science North and Dynamic Earth, Sudbury
  • Muskoka Heritage Place, Huntsville
  • Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
  • Canadian Museum of history, Ottawa
  • Fort Henry National Historic site, Kingston
  • Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto
  • Upper Canada Village, Morrisburg
  • Stratford Theatre, Stratford

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