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The Bruce Peninsula

Discover Lighthouses & Marine Heritage :: The Bruce Peninsula

Big Tub Lighthouse

This historic lighthouse guards the entrance to Big Tub Harbour...

Location: Tobermory

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Blue Heron Cruises

Come aboard, cruise Flower Pot Island, and view the 19th century shipwrecks through the glass bottom of the boat!

Location: Tobermory

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Cabot Head Lighthouse & Museum

A picturesque Georgian Bay lighthouse...

Location: Lions Head

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Cape Croker Lighthouse

Built in 1902 on a sharp rise near the Georgian Bay shore - the original lighthouse still stands today!

Location: Cape Croker

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Chantry Island Lighthouse

Enjoy the view from a lighthouse, or watch the sun set from shore!

Location: Southampton

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Chi-Cheemaun

Travel aboard this ferry that takes you between the Bruce Peninsula and Manitoulin Island.

Location: Tobermory or South Baymouth

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Cove Island Lighthouse

First lit in 1858, the Cove Island lighthouse is as beautiful today as the day it first illuminated the waters of Lake Huron.

Location: Cove Island

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Fathom Five National Marine Park

More than 21 shipwrecks lie below the surface of this park!

Location: Tobermory

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Flowerpot Island Lighthouse

Visit scenic Flowerpot Island and the original lighthouse keeper's dwelling.

Location: Tobermory

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Lion's Head Lighthouse & Marina

If you look hard enough, you just might see the 'Lions Head' in the rocks!

Location: Lion's Head

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Parks Canada Visitor Centre

More than a building with exhibits and a theatre..

Location: Tobermory

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St. Edmunds Museum

Learn about the past in this 1898 school house.

Location: Tobermory

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