Published on September 25th, 2013 |
10 of the Most Amazing Sights in Ontario (Part 2)
Here’s the long-awaited follow-up to our most popular post ever! Do you recognize some of these Ontario landmarks? Let us know which is your favourite in the comments section below!
Cup and Saucer Hiking Trail on Manitoulin Island in Lake Huron. Click the photo to learn more about Manitoulin Island!
Two thousand meters below the ground, this giant sphere works to detect nearly invisible particles. Click the photo to learn more about the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory!
This natural formation can be found on an island in Georgian Bay. Click the photo to learn more about Flowerpot Island!
Ouimet Canyon is a large gorge northeast of Thunder Bay, in Dorion Township. Click the photo to learn more about it!
Tew’s Falls are located in Hamilton, Ontario. Here’s a fun fact: it’s only a few meters shorter than Niagara Falls! Click the photo to learn more about it.
Parliament Hill in Ottawa is truly a sight to behold. Click the photo to learn more about it!
Did you know that 1,864 islands actually comprise the famous Thousand Islands? Learn more by clicking the photo!
The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) “brings people together with art to see, experience and understand the world in new ways”. Click the photo to learn more!
The Bonnechere Caves can be found in Eganville, Ontario. Click the photo to take an interactive tour!
Indian Head Cove, located in the Bruce Peninsula, is another attraction you won’t want to miss. Click the photo to take a video tour!