House of Memories
Learn about early logging life through over 2000 exhibits.
Latchford Heritage Logging
In addition to the Logger's Hall of Fame, see a rebuilt bunkhouse, cookhouse, sawmill and blacksmith's shop.
Highway Book Shop
An added bonus on this tour. Over 330,000 books, including Canadiana collection, as well as unique Northern Ontario publications.
Cobalt, Canada's Silver Capital:
Heritage Silver Trail
A tour through some of the mine sites that produced $265 million in silver.
Cobalt Mining Museum
The world's largest display of native silver ore & 7 rooms of memorabilia from mining camps across the North.
Bunker Military Museum
The only military museum in Northeastern Ontario with displays from the Boer War to Desert Storm.
Haileybury Heritage Museum
Among the artifacts and displays is a 1904 streetcar used as relief housing following the Great Fire of 1922.
They say 14 of the 35 millionaires made from the Silver Rush in nearby Cobalt lived here. These stately homes escaped the ravages of the Great fire of 1922.
Ghost of the Hardy Boys
Leslie McFarlane, the first author of the Hardy Boys, grew up in Haileybury & later returned to write 11 of the renowned series in the town.
Visit scenic Devil's Rock, a fault cliff 2,200 million years old. It has a face of 600 feet above water level. It was named after an Indian princess who leapt to her death upon being denied marriage to the brave of her choice.
New Liskeard / Dymond History and Agriculture:
Wabi Valley/New Liskeard
Historical sites, including where the first settler located.
A municipal park with beautiful waterfalls and hiking trails.
Meet a dairy farm owner who will take you on a personal tour of his facility.
Earlton Family Adventure:
View more than 200 animals, including Northern Canadian wildlife, in a beautiful 34 acre northern forest setting. There is also a petting zoo.
For more information:
call the Tri-Town & District Chamber of Commerce at (705) 647-5771 or Email