Timmins Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Timmins; our list of the best things to see, including Cedar Meadows Wildlife Park, Fishbowl Restaurant and Topper's Pizza.
  • The best place in Timmins: Cedar Meadows Wildlife Park

    Cedar Meadows Wildlife Park

    1000 Norman Street
    Overlooking the great Mattagami River, the 175 acre park is ideal for exploring the wilderness or just simply relaxing. Visitors can enjoy a wagon ride or (sleigh ride in the winter) where elk, moose, deer and bison can be observed in their natural surroundings.
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  • Fishbowl Restaurant

    Fishbowl Restaurant

    336 Bayfield St
    Fully licensed restaurant that serves seafood, pasta and chicken. It is snowmobile accessible.
  • Topper's Pizza

    Topper's Pizza

    950 Riverside Dr
    Welcome to Topper’s Pizza – the one place in Canada where the tradition of Authentic ItalianBread Crust™ lives on. We specialize in a wide variety of pizza styles and toppings. Check here for the latest deals at our 35 locations across Ontario.
  • Porcupine Ski Runners

    +1 705 360-1444
    This facility has well-groomed trails for cross-country skiers. The cost for one day is $3 for a student or senior, $7 for an adult, or $15 for a family. The chalet is open from 8AM to 9PM daily, however the trails are accessible at all hours (there are 4 km of lights for night skiing). It is also possible to go snowshoeing at this facility. It only costs $1 for a student or a senior, $3 for an adult, or $7 for a family. Please note that prices are subject to change without notice.
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  • Rapid Fire Paintball Park

    +1 705 268-1825
    This park features a driving range, Two 18 hole Mini-putt course, Go-karts, Paintball and more.
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  • Mountjoy Arena

    814 Park Avenue
  • Joanne's Art Centre

    42 Pine Street South
    This downtown treasure offers custom framing, art supplies, antiques, and giftware from all over the world. A second floor studio displays and sells prints from various artists. The store and gallery are open Monday to Wednesday from 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Thursday to Friday from 9:30AM to 5PM and Saturday from 9:30AM to 5PM.
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  • Whitney Cemetery/Deadman’s Point

    Haileybury Crescent
    Over 70 people lost their lives in the great Porcupine fire of July 11, 1911. Due to the close proximity of Porcupine Lake, many lives were saved. However, one unusual tragedy occurred when a mine manager by the name of Robert A. Weiss thought he could save his family by taking them down a mine shaft. Sadly, the fire used up all the oxygen in the shaft and the whole family perished. Most bodies of the fire victims were sent home, but 17 were buried here. A monument was erected in their honour by the Toronto Board of Trade.
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  • The Hollinger Golf Club

    +1 705 264-8450
    This is a 18-hole course open 7 days a week. It has a club house, power cart/equipment rentals and a driving range.
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  • Saint Anthony of Padoua Cathedral

    274 Fifth Avenue
    This French baroque architectural gem was built in 1936-37. The first church (built in 1922) burnt January 29, 1936. The cross to the left was erected in 1934 in memory of Jacques Cartier’s 4th centenary.
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  • Timmins Museum - National Exhibition Centre

    Temporarily Located on the site of the Timmins Gold Mine Tour) +1 705 360-2617
    The Timmins Museum is a multi-purpose facility that highlights the art, heritage and traditions of the Porcupine Mining Camp, Northeastern Ontario and Canada in a variety of exhibits. The Timmins Museum includes a resource library, local artist's gallery, as well as traveling exhibitions on a mixture of national themes.
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  • Mountjoy Independent Farmers' Market

    +705-268-6571
    Open mid-July to mid-October Saturday mornings only from 8:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
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  • The Timmins Cinema 6

    +1 705 268-7070
    Daily matinee and evening shows in digital theatre sound. Regular admission for evening shows is $9.25 for adults (14+) and $6 for children and seniors. Matinees are $7 for adults and $5.75 for children and seniors. Discount Tuesdays are $6.50 for adults and $5.50 for children and seniors. Please note that all prices are subject to change without notice.
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  • La Galeruche

    32 Mountjoy Street North
    This gallery highlights the work of the region's Francophone population. Expositions are changed monthly and are free of admission. The gallery is open Monday to Wednesday from 9AM to 5PM, Thursday and Friday from 9AM to 7PM and Saturday from 10AM to 2PM.
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  • Hollinger Park

    +1 705 360-1377
    This park is a beautiful town landmark (historic mining site) that has a small children’s water park (open during the summer), a playground and picnic tables. There is a mini-putt range as well as batting cages on-site.
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  • The Archie Dillon Sportsplex

    +1 705 360-2655
    This handicap-accessible facility has 3 pools (hot, deep and a 37 metre/6 lane) with 2 diving boards and a rock-climbing wall. Supervised public and family swims are offered at various times throughout the week for a small admission. Home of the Timmins Marlins Swim Club (TMSC) www.timminsmarlins.ca
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  • Timmins Native Friendship Centre Moccasin Gallery and Gifts

    316 Spruce Street South
    The Centre's newest venture! Assisting local aboriginal artists in selling their art and craftwork. You will find authentic moccasins, dream-catchers, paintings, books, etc. This cultural centre is open to all of the public. The gallery is open Monday to Friday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM.
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  • McIntyre Community Centre

    85 McIntyre Road
    The facility was built in 1938 for the employees of the McIntyre Mine. It is a scale model of the Maple Leaf Gardens, complete with the famous red, green and blue seats and end balconies. The Center is still very active and features an arena, curling rink, ballroom, auditorium and a diner style coffee shop.
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  • Michael Davidson Studios

    657 Pine Street North
    Michael is one of Northern Ontario's most noteworthy freelance artists preserving a part of our remarkable heritage. In his studio, you will find original artwork by himself and Dale Pessah, limited edition prints, and decorator prints. After years of drawing portraits, Michael is now traveling across Ontario capturing the richness of historical sites and landmarks in each community. His sketches are carefully crafted to ensure the highest quality possible in every piece of work. Custom framing of photos, canvas, and needlework is also available. The studio is open Monday to Friday from 9AM to 5PM and Saturday from 9AM to 12PM.
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  • International Flags

    Father Costello Drive
    At the end of the street, you will notice a collection of flags representing the community’s rich ethnic diversity and heritage. Please note that the flags are taken down for the winter.
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  • Mountjoy Independent Farmers Market

    +1 705 268-6571
    The Mountjoy Independent Farmers' Market is open EVERY Saturday morning from mid-July until mid-October from 8 A.M. until noon. This takes place at the Centennial Hall on Park Avenue, next door to the Mountjoy Arena. The Market features fresh, locally grown produce, seasonal berries, herbs and flowers. Delicious jams, jellies, preserves, home-baked fresh breads, pies and desserts are available. The Mountjoy Farmers' Market also has a varied selection of craftspeople and artists with unique quality items for sale.
  • St. Alphonsus Church

    Father Costello Drive
    Alphonsus Church, Father Costello Drive, Schumacher. The church is covered with many murals painted by local artist, Mr. Ed Spehar. Father Les Costello was rector of this church for over 23 years. This beloved priest, co-founder of the world famous Flying Fathers hockey team, was a prominent figure in our community known for his sense of humor and his generosity.
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  • Miner's Pick Gift Shop

    +1 705 360-8500
    Located at the Shania Twain Centre off of Park Road. The gift shop has a large selection of clothing, Timmins souvenirs, books, native crafts, jewellery, and gold filled paperweights.
  • The White Waterfront Park

    +1 705 360-1377
    Features a similar set-up to Hollinger Park, with picnic tables, a children’s playground and a small water park.
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  • Confederation Sports Facility

    303 Cameron Street South
  • Summer Industrial Tours

    +1 705 360-1900
    During the summer months, RioTinto Minerals-Luzenac and Porcupine Gold Mines-Goldcorp offer free tours to individuals interested in learning about the many natural resources Timmins has to offer. When touring the RioTinto-Luzenac[5] site, visitors will learn how talc is produced and about its many purposes. The Porcupine Gold Mine-Goldcorp tour takes a slightly different approach by allowing individuals to visit the Pamour Open Pit Mine, Coniaurum reclamation site and the Hollinger Information Centre. Long pants and closed toe shoes are recommended for these industrial tours. Must be 12 years of age or older to take part, and those aged 12 to 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
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