DISCOVER THE PEOPLE AND PLACES OF NORTH BAY'S PAST AND PRESENT
Discovery North Bay Museum is located in the historic CPR train station which was built in 1903. The building was restored in 2004 to become our current location. Our facility is separated into two distinct sections, the main floor being reserved for historic exhibits and the upstairs being open for temporary exhibits and facility rentals.
The Museum is open to the public year round.
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Discovery North Bay Museum invites visitors to complete a railway themed scavenger hunt during March Break from March 7- March 15th. Regular admission applies. Prizes awarded for successful completion of the hunt.
March Break is also a great opportunity to see the exhibit “Ordinary Lives Extraordinary Times: Italian Canadian Experiences During World War II” which will be on display until April 19th.