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Heritage

The City of Thunder Bay Archives preserves City records of permanent significance including many records from the former Cities of Fort William and Port Arthur that date from as early as 1884. The permanent records held by the City Archives are available for use by the general public. The City supports the preservation of our heritage through assistance to such organizations as the Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society, the Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and the Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee (a committee responsible for the identification, review and designation of built heritage within the City of Thunder Bay). The Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society collects, preserves and exhibits artifacts of significance to this area and also maintains an archives available to the public on a request basis. Visit the Thunder Bay Walking Tours website. 


City Archives
Address:
235 Vickers St N
Thunder Bay ON P7C 4A9
Tel: (807) 625-2270


Thunder Bay Museum
Address: 425 Donald St E
Thunder Bay ON P7E 5V1
Tel: (807) 623-0801
Email: info@thunderbaymuseum.com
Website: www.thunderbaymuseum.com
 

Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame
Address:
219 May St S
Thunder Bay ON P7E 1B5
Tel: (807) 622-2852
Email: nwosport@tbaytel.net
Website: www.nwosportshalloffame.com


Heritage Advisory Committee
Address:

City Archives
235 Vickers St N
Thunder Bay ON P7C 4A9

Tel: (807) 625-2270
Email:

archives@thunderbay.ca


 
Fort William Historical Park
Address:
Vickers Heights Post Office
Thunder Bay ON P0T 2Z0
Tel: (807) 577-8461
Email: info@fwhp.ca
Website: www.fwhp.ca