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Our Address is:
259 Great Northern Rd. 
Sault Ste. Marie, ON 
P6B 4Z2

When reserving a train package you save $14.00 Per person on admission to the 4-Culture Museums!!!

The Canadian Bushplane Heritage Center is located in the historic waterfront aviation hanger that was once home to the Ontario Provincial Air Service. Guided individual or group tours are available on request. You are also welcome to simply browse at your leisure. The gift shop offers unique aviation memorabilia including crested t-shirts, sweatshirts and pants, hats, pins, and books.  Web-site: 
The Art Gallery, located on beautiful St. Mary's River features approximately 25 different exhibits a year. There is a permanent collection of more than 4,000 works representing contemporary and historical Canadian art as well as touring exhibitions from Ontario and National museums and other galleries.

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Located in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, the museum welcomes visitors year-round to explore the three floors of exhibit galleries that depict the heritage of Sault Ste. Marie. Displays include travelling and locally curated exhibits.

The museum is situated in a fine heritage building which first served as the city’s Post Office. The work was built by local craftsmen, using sandstone from the excavation of the canal. The distinctive clock was installed in the tower in 1912. Its early Ontario eclectic architecture is a combination of styles with Romanesque arched windows, magnificent oak staircase, and an exquisite three-story skylight. 
The Ermatinger Old Stone house was constructed between 1814 and 1818 by Charles Ermatinger of the North West Company.  It is the oldest surviving house in North-western Ontario.  It was used when Sault Ste. Marie was a pivitol trading post for the fur trade.