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Fort William Historical Park, Thunder Bay
Relive the days of the North West Company and the fur trade in one of the largest living reconstructed history sites. Experience a rich tapestry of fur trading life, from culture to crafts, medicine to business, domestic life to heritage farming through education programs, artisan workshops and more.

Discovery Harbour, Penetanguishene
This heritage attraction traces its roots and location back to the original Penetanguishene British naval and military base built as a result of the War of 1812 to safeguard access to Upper Canada.

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Midland
This was the 17th century headquarters for the French Jesuit mission to the Huron Wendat First Nation and Ontario's first European community. Visitors are welcome to take a self-guided tour of the 25 reconstructed buildings.

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
One of the most notable art galleries in North America, the AGO is home to a collection of over 90,000 works of art, and offers innovative educational programs, exhibits and displays.

McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg
Located on a 100 acres forested property, this gorgeous gallery is dedicated to showcasing significant Indigenous and Canadian works of art, including the Group of Seven.

Niagara Parks Commission
A park system that maintains the Ontario shoreline along the Niagara River between Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls and features natural heritage, cultural landmarks and key attractions, including the Niagara Falls.

Ontario Place Corporation, Toronto
Toronto's beloved waterfront family entertainment playground has been reinvented with new recreational attractions and events, without losing The Budweiser Stage or the Cinesphere.

Ontario Science Centre, Toronto
Through the lens of science, the OSC inspires and engages with interactive exhibitions from science centres around the world.

Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton
Recognized worldwide for its unique contribution to the collection, research, exhibition and interpretation of the plant world, RBG features five distinct formal gardens contained within 1,100 hectares of nature reserve.

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
Canada’s largest museum showcases art, archaeology, world culture, natural history and science.

St. Lawrence Parks Commission 
This commission manages a series of recreational facilities, conservation areas and parks along 280 kilometres of the St. Lawrence River, including Upper Canada Village and Fort Henry.

Science North, Sudbury
Science North educates the public about the origins, development and progress of science and technology through fun exhibits, a model mine, museum and IMAX theatre.

Ontario Heritage Trust
This trustee protects and promotes Ontario’s unique cultural and natural heritage and provides public access through the popular annual Doors Open program.

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