Where the past and present meet in a fantastic interactive heritage display!
The centre piece of a massive mine reclamation project, the discover
Geraldton Interpretive Centre opened its doors in July 2000 to offer visitors a truly unique experience in Northwestern Ontario.
Explore Our Heritage
Take a guided tour or explore on your own the early days of the Hudson Bay Fur Traders, the gold boom that brought the town of Geraldton to being, and the fire fighting legacy that is ours today. Along your journey you will see:
- An authentic mining headframe
- The world’s largest model of a CL-415 Water Bomber suspended from the foyer ceiling
- A gift shop featuring local merchants and artisans
- A wildlife trail that follows the 200 acre reclamation which includes excellent views of Kenogamisis Lake and a premiere 18-hole golf course!
Come and discover the Interpretive Centre located at the crossroads of Highway 11 and Michael Power Boulevard in Geraldton, Ontario.
Open May to August
from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Labour Day to September 30th
from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
ADMISSION IS FREE FOR ALL AGES!
*Bus and school tours welcome*
*Regional Tourism Information is also available here*
Contact Us at:
1 Barrick Drive
P.O. Box 400