Welcome to Sudbury, Ontario

The regional capital of Northeastern Ontario, Sudbury is 390 kilometers north of Toronto. TownePlace Suites by Marriott Sudbury hotel, in the New Sudbury area, is near several of the city’s favourite attractions.

While you’re here, get out on one of the city’s 300+ lakes, hike into the pristine forests, or check out a museum.

Science North

Science North

This interactive science museum is one of Northern Ontario’s most popular attractions.

Dynamic Earth

Big Nickel & Dynamic Earth

Take your photo next to the world’s largest coin and tour a network of tunnels to learn about Sudbury’s mining history.

Bell Park Walkway/Boardwalk

Walk the path that leads from Bell Park along the shores of Lake Ramsey. The park is home to a beach and several annual events.

New Sudbury

New Sudbury Centre

With more than 110 stores and services, this is northeastern Ontario’s largest shopping centre and its only 2 km away.

Conservation Area

Lake Laurentian Conservation Area

Go hiking, biking, paddling, bird-watching, fishing, or snowshoeing and cross-country skiing on groomed trails at this natural wilderness area just a 10-minute drive from downtown.

Railroad Museum & Heritage Centre

Northern Ontario Railroad Museum & Heritage Centre

In the Waskasoo Park system, these connected ponds are a popular place for fishing, boating, ice skating, and walking the paved trails.

Sudbury Theatre

Sudbury Theatre Centre

See a live theatrical performance in the 287-seat auditorium. The award-winning productions span a range of genres and often reflect Canada’s northern lifestyle.