The town of Midland is located on the southern shore of Georgian Bay, just a 90 minute drive from Toronto. Overlooking Severn Sound, the area is part of the 30,000 islands. Take a step back in time at one of the area’s cultural attractions, or simply stroll the streets and take in the turn of the century homes, quaint boutiques and larger than life murals that have been painted throughout the community.

A community steeped in history, Midland is your starting point to explore several cultural attractions including Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, a recreation of a 17th century Jesuit village and Martyrs' Shrine, a National shrine built in honour of the Jesuit saints who brought Christianity to Canada over 350 years ago. Just around the corner, you will stumble upon the S.S. Keewatin, the last remaining Edwardian steamship in the world. Take a guided tour to experience the luxury of travel in the early 1900s, and even watch her engines work! You can learn about the region's history at the Huronia Museum & Ouendat Village, where you can also find one of the largest collections of the work of The Group of Seven in the province.

For the outdoor enthusiast, the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre is a provincially recognized wildlife area and a year-round playplace for bird-watchers, explorers, paddlers. Enjoy the spectacular scenery that Georgian Bay has to offer aboard a sightseeing cruise on the Miss Midland 30,000 Island Cruise, which takes you from Midland Harbour through the 30,000 islands.

In the summer months, you will often find festivals and events in the downtown core, including Ontario's Best Buttertart Festival - the first and largest festival of it's kind in Canada! Find over 200 vendors and over 200,000 buttertarts of all kinds!