Sudbury, the regional capital of Northeastern Ontario, is also Ontario’s largest municipality by landmass, encompassing a geographic area of 362,700 hectares.
The city is surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield and is home to over 300 beautiful lakes including Lake Wanapitei, the largest city-contained lake in the world.
Whether it’s viewing Sudbury’s Big Nickel, the largest coin in the world, visiting a historic mine museum and planetarium or skating along an outdoor skate path, Sudbury has something for every season.
Where is Sudbury?
The city of Sudbury is located at the convergence of two major highways, Highway 69 South and Highway 17.
Things to do in Sudbury
Find a giant nickel
Ice skate on a frozen lake
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Points of interest
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Last updated: September 5, 2023