On the Kenora greenbelt across from the Harbourfront. Attractions include the famous "Husky the Muskie", Tug Boat James McMillan and the Goodwill Geyser.
Located at the Harbourfront. This ship cruises daily on beautiful Lake of the Woods. Lunch and Dinner cruises are available.
Lake of the Woods Museum
One of the finest small museums in Canada. The museum was established in 1964 to collect, preserve, research, exhibit and interpret objects that best illustrate the founding, settlement and development of the community and area. Today, this well-established museum is home to a varied and intriguing collection of artifacts and local history archives, which serve not only as a basis for the permanent exhibits but also for changing thematic displays and special events. Come and explore our history with a visit to the Lake of the Woods Museum. Located at 300 Main Street S.
The Discovery Centre is not only a visitor information centre, but also a new attraction to Kenora. The City of Kenora was honoured with a Canada Wood Council design award for the building in 2011, for best Institutional design in the buildings under $10 million category. The Discovery Centre welcomes everyone and has much to see and do. Well visiting the centre take a walk to the upper level and see some remarkable local art being highlighted on the exhibit walls. There are also multimedia outlets as well as educational interactive displays telling about the history and culture of Lake of the Woods. The building also has a theatre which can accommodate 100 people and has sliding glass panels which open to an outside seating area for musical and theatrical events. The Centre is accessible by boat, has picnic benches and a spectacular view of Lake of the Woods. When visiting, make sure to take advantage of some additional information on Kenora and Northwest Ontario. You will find a variety of brochures, magazine, maps, and helpful and friendly staff. The Discovery Centre is located at 931 Lakeview Drive and can be contacted at 1-800-535-4549.
22 Mural depictions history of Kenora. As you walk through the city you'll see the many beautiful murals on the sides of the buildings.
Located in Keewatin at 116 Ottawa Street.
Lake of the Woods Railroad Museum
Located on Lakeview Drive at the junction of Highway 596. Order an ice cream next door at Dairy Queen and enjoy it at the benches surrounding the restored caboose.
Guided tours of the Lake of the Woods cemetary. July and Aug.
Call 807-467-2067 for more information.
These fascinating Potholes are located at 6th street in Keewatin. No one knows for certain, but theory suggests that the holes formed many years ago by erosion caused by fast moving sediment-laden water.
Reddit Glass Bottle House
This unique little house was built with 15,000 glass bottles in the early 1970s. Myrtle Deverell asked her husband to build her a doll house for her increasing collection. The doll collection is still on display today along with an additional glass windmill and “The house of the Three Bears”. The Glass House is located on Highway 658, 20 minutes north of Kenora and is open every day during the summer for self-guided tours.