Welcome to the Thunder Bay Museum

Located in a historic building, which once served as a Police Station and Court House, the Thunder Bay Museum offers visitors six galleries of local, regional and national heritage.

Enjoy the permanent exhibits on the main floor, depicting the early years of Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario.  Traveling and local exhibits that change frequently are featured on the second floor.  The Antechamber Gallery, featuring works by local artists and craftspeople; as well as a gentlemen’s games room, music gallery, and military exhibit can be found on the third floor.

The Thunder Bay Museum is Your Place in History

Recipes wanted:

We are looking for recipes to include in an forthcoming reprint/expansion of the Thunder Bay Museum’s cookbook. If you have favourite family recipes you’d like to include, please send them to Tory Tronrud, Curator, via email (see the “contact” page above). We will be accepting submissions until the end of February, 2015.

Dawson Trust Bursarydawson trust 2015 ]

A bursary to help fund research in the fields of history, archaeology and historical geography in Northwestern Ontario. Applications close March 31, 2015.