With its world-renowned attractions, urban comforts and four-season outdoor adventures, Greater Sudbury continues to surprise and impress. We invite you to discover for yourself why Greater Sudbury is becoming one of Ontario’s popular go-to destinations. Contact us for vacation planning assistance.
When I was little, there was nothing quite like waking up on a sunny Saturday morning to my dad making his famous pancakes, and telling me we would be heading to the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area.
We lived in the South End of town, so we went often. I never got tired of the well-travelled trails that led over mossy black rocks, past tall pines, and wound around small lakes and marshes, rich with life.
Discover stunning new murals in and around Downtown Sudbury. This abundance of epic new street art is part the Up Here Music & Art Festival that takes over downtown for three days in mid-August. Take a self-guided walking tour or look for Explore Sudbury & downtown urban hikes through the Rainbow Routes Association.
Northern Exotics is an indoor zoo and pet store located on Kathleen Street in Sudbury. The exhibit offers a good safe home to many exotic animals that were rescued or once belonged to people as pets. From reptiles to monkeys, Northern Exotics shows you a little taste of the wild.
Looking for an attraction or a point of interest? Packed full of information on attractions, festivals, events, accommodations, outdoor activities, restaurants, shopping and more, the Official Visitor Guide is your tool to creating the perfect Sudbury getaway!