Destination: Sault St. Marie, Ontario
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With Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario cruises, you'll witness a city split across two nations by the scenic St. Mary's River. The massive Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge spans the river, extending across the Soo Locks to connect Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. On the Ontario side of this city, you'll find a number of things to do, from walking the streets of Downtown Sault St. Marie to exploring all of the Canadian nature located just outside.
The outdoor experiences you'll have access to with a Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario cruise are one of the biggest reasons to visit. The city is surrounded by hiking and biking trails that wind through beautiful parks. In addition, Lake Superior is only a short distance away -- making it a convenient place for sailing, kayaking, and Great Lakes cruises.
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Best things to do in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Visit the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre
Over the years, bush pilots and their planes have been an essential part of preventing the spread of Canada's forest fires. Out of all the forests in the world, 9 percent are located in Canada. Bush planes have flown to uncharted areas through dangerous smoke, mountains, and more. This museum pays homage to those early heroes of aviation, featuring 29 planes from the early to late 1900s. At the museum, you'll also be able to climb a replica fire tower, see old fire pumps, and a number of other artifacts from Canada's firefighting history.
Find out about the town at the Sault Ste. Marie Museum
Located in Sault Ste. Marie's "Old Post Office" building, this museum is a monument of the city and its people. Featuring artifacts that detail the history of Sault Ste. Mary, you'll find interesting stories everywhere. You'll also find a Marine Gallery that tells the tales of early ships that used the St. Mary River and Great Lakes, along with the Soo Locks. You'll find plenty to pass an afternoon in this museum. When you're done, head out into Sault Ste. Marie's Historic Commercial District to see more unique buildings, shops, and eateries.