What to See and Do
Take an Adventure in the Art of Living…
The areas of Huntsville, Lake of Bays and Algonquin Park await you with a multitude of adventures. Whether it’s trekking through the ever-changing landscape, unwinding at the water’s edge or strolling through our historic downtown to shop and eat, your next visit to our area has abundant possibilities! So come along with us and discover our special corner of the universe. Discover the unparalleled joys of living or relocating in one of our friendly communities where the welcome mat is out 365 days a year.
About the Huntsville Festival of the Arts
The Festival’s contribution to the Huntsville and area community can be measured from both an economic and an educational perspective. Visitors to the Festival shop in local stores and stay in local resorts and hotels. The Festival itself employs local musicians and reinvests money back into the community. A number of educational initiatives link the Festival with the community’s youth in general and aspiring young musicians specifically. As the Festival grows it has extended its artistic offerings to include year-round concerts. Our primary belief is that by continually enhancing our benefits to the surrounding community we will build a loyal base of subscribers and supporters.
Algonquin Theatre Box Office 37 Main Street East Huntsville ON P1H 1A1
Phone: 705-789-4975 TTY: 705-789-1768 Fax: 705-789-6689
The Algonquin Theatre has been host to a wide variety of plays, musical performances, meetings, videos, presentations and school groups. The theatre has offered outstanding performances from comedians to orchestras, from elementary school plays to musicians of international acclaim.
As you stroll along the Historic streets of downtown Huntsville you will have the opportunity to view the breathtaking bronze statue of Tom Thomson, created by local sculptor Brenda Wainman-Goulet. This is a piece of history incorporated within the Civic Square illustrating the Town’s motto “touch the past, embrace the future”.
The space is for the many and not for the few. The theatre strives to be the venue of
choice for area events, attractions and meetings.
Enjoy The Algonquin Theatre today, tomorrow and always!
The Muskoka Wildlife Centre is not a zoo, but rather an interactive learning park. It’s a place where individuals, families and special interest groups can spend some time exploring the wonders of our natural world. Indoor facilities and fifty acres of scenic walking trails feature exhibits of many species of wildlife, native to Ontario.
Some of the resident animals are ex-pets or were abandoned, while others were injured in the wild and are now un-releasable. These hand-raised and well socialized creatures live out their lives, nestled comfortably in spacious naturalistic enclosures. The park also features a picnic area, and a gift/snack shop.
The Muskoka Wildlife Centre holds daily interactive “Meet the Creature” sessions for visitors and is host to Canada’s largest Live-Animal Outreach Program .
“Here at the Muskoka Wildlife Centre, we believe people protect only what they love and can love only what they understand”
Admissions (Taxes Included):
- Adults $13.75
- Teens/Seniors $11.75
- Children $10.75
- Family (2 adults + up to 3 children) $49.00
- (2 and under are free)
Summer Season (May long weekend to Thanksgiving long weekend) – Daily 10 am to 6 pm
- Off Season – Weekends and everyday during March Break 12 noon to 5 pm
- Note: -We will be closed for the month of February
-The Centre may close in extreme weather conditions
Muskoka Wildlife Centre
1266 Highway 11 North
Severn Bridge, ON
Tel: (705) 689 0222 Fax: (705) 689 0223 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org