Sault Ste. Marie Museum

The Sault Ste. Marie Museum originally built between 1904 to 1906 as a Post Office, stands out with its distinctive clock tower. Its Ontario eclectic architecture is a combination of styles with cut stone walls, Romanesque arched windows, magnificent oak stair case and exquisite three-storey skylight. The Museum welcomes visitors year round to explore three floors of exhibit galleries that depict the heritage of Sault Ste. Marie. Children will enjoy the Discovery Gallery designed with learning and fun in mind. The Museum also features locally curated exhibits, traveling exhibits and special events.


Type: Community Museum | Archives