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Greater Sudbury, nicknamed as ‘Nickel City’ was founded following the discovery of nickel ore by Tom Flanagan, who was a Canadian Pacific Railway blacksmith. It is commonly referred to as Sudbury and is located in Ontario, Canada.
Art Gallery of Sudbury: The Art Gallery of Sudbury was established in 1967 by the city’s chamber of commerce under the Canadian Centennial projects. It was formerly known as the Laurentian University Museum and Art Center and adopted its current name in 1997. The museum is well known for holding seminars, classes, and other events that promote art and creativity.
Science North: An interactive science museum which is Northern Ontario’s most popular tourist attraction. The site consists of two snowflake-shaped buildings on the southwestern shore of Ramsey Lake connected by a rock tunnel. Science North has many facilities like IMAX 3D theater, Planetarium, Vale Cavern, TD Canada Trust Toddler’s Treehouse and much more. This place attracts around 287,000 visitors every year (as of 2011).
Bell Park: The Park honors its name for William J. Bell who was an early lumber baron in the city. It is a large municipal park in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Bell Park has an amphitheater, two gazebos, several flower beds, a few monumental sculptures, main beach, canteen, a children’s playground, washrooms and ample parking space for its visitors. The park hosts many cultural events in the city, including the Northern Lights Festival Boreal, the Sudbury Summerfest, and city’s annual Dragon Boat races. However, a Monumental Sculpture is also on the park site.
CN Tower: Built on the former Railway Lands, CN Tower was completed in 1976 and became the world’s tallest free-standing structure and then, world’s tallest tower much before the Burj Khalifa and Canton Tower were built. Its name ‘CN’ refers to Canadian National, the railway company that built the tower. Today, it is a symbol of Canada and known for attracting more than two million international visitors annually.
When to visit
Greater Sudbury experiences a humid continental climate with warm, hot summers and long, cold winters. The best time to visit the city is found during the month of July when the weather remains mild and pleasant.
Greater Sudbury Airport or Sudbury Airport is the major and the closest airport located 21 kms away from the center of Sudbury, Canada.
Know more about the city
The city was once a major lumber center and a world leader in nickel mining and hence, dominated the economy for much of the 20th century. Ontario is also home to a large France-Ontarian population that influences its arts and culture. The Sudbury Arts Council was formed in 1974 with a mandate to connect, communicate and celebrate the arts. It plays an important role to provide a calendar of events and news about arts and culture activities. The city is home to many tourist attractions such as two art galleries, notable works of literature, successful folk and country-rock music genres, emerging film and television industry, sports, tallest buildings, parks, recreations, health centers, education and much more.