Equal parts natural beauty and scientific wonders, book a flight from Boston to Sudbury to immerse yourself in this Northern Ontario city’s nickel-filled past and brightly shining future.
Uncover the marvels of Sudbury attractions at Science North. From 3D films and 4D adventures, to live animals and butterfly galleries. Popular hands-on exhibits and live science demonstrations in the Discover Theatre make Science North a favourite of aspiring scientists of all ages.
The whole family will definitely dig Dynamic Earth. A short drive from its parent centre, Science North, this unique space is exclusively dedicated to earth science and Sudbury’s rich mining history. Interactive exhibits and guided underground tours will help you channel your inner explorer.
Here in Sudbury, you’ll also find the famous Big Nickel. This giant replica nickel was built in 1964. On the heads side is King George VI, and on the tails side is a nickel refinery, often confused with Inco Superstack, which happens to be the second tallest freestanding chimney in the world.
From Science North, it’s easy to start exploring Sudbury’s natural beauty. On the western shore of Lake Ramsey, Bell Park chimes in with free concerts, northern lights festivals, an amphitheatre, and a main beach. Bell Park gets its name from lumber baron, William J. Bell, whose former residence is the present day Art Gallery of Sudbury.
Picturesque Lake Laurentian Conservation Area is one of nature’s works of art. Just 10 minutes from downtown, this peaceful and scenic area is brimming with wildlife and wetlands. Self-guided nature trails, hiking trails, bird watching, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing mean outdoor fun in every season.
Although its history is steeped in the industrial, the city of Sudbury has been working tirelessly with proactive green initiatives since the 1980s, to ensure that the city’s natural beauty is never lost. Fly from Boston to Sudbury to witness the industrial and natural beauty Northern Ontario has to offer.
Flights from Boston to Sudbury transport you to a city of true northern style adventures. Let your journey begin at Bell Park. Located on the western side of Lake Ramsey, the park hosts annual events including summer concerts at the Grace Hartman Amphitheatre, the Sudbury Dragon Boat Race, and the awe-inspiring Northern Lights Festival Boreal.
Bell Park is named after lumber baron, William J. Bell whose former mansion has housed the Art Gallery of Sudbury since 1967. Within this beautifully imposing structure, you’ll find a fascinating collection of contemporary art, and a great way to spend a rainy day up north.
On sunny summer days, both locals and tourists flock to Bell Park for fun on the popular sandy beach. If you prefer dry land, you can take in waterfront views from the boardwalk along the water’s edge. Here you’ll be surrounded by couples out for romantic strolls, dog walkers, and families spending quality time together in the great outdoors.
The main areas of Bell Park also feature a playground, picnic spots, and in true Sudbury style, a bronze monument to the city’s mining history.
Hiking and biking are equally rewarding ways to explore the area. From the Paris Street section of the paths, you’ll get some of the best views of Ramsey Lake. Be sure to spend some time on the Tour de Sudbury, which wraps around the lake. From here it’s easy to extend your scenic trek as Bell Park’s trails are also part of the Rainbow Routes, which make up the Greater Sudbury Trail system.
Flights from Boston to Sudbury are your key to outdoor recreation and waterfront relaxation.
Flights from Boston to Sudbury land you in the midst of a region teeming with natural wonders.
Just two and a half hours from Sudbury is the largest freshwater island in the world. Manitoulin Island, part of an archipelago at the top of Lake Huron is yours to explore with scenic golf courses, beaches, and mountain bike courses.
The Odawa were the first to reach the island and believed that the spirit of “Manitou” inhabited it. This Algonquian word meaning “mysterious being” or “mystery” is where Manitoulin Island gets its name.
Since the 17th century, the island has been inhabited by various Aboriginal communities and briefly by Jesuit missionaries. Over the centuries, Manitoulin Island’s main industries included turkey production, farming, logging, and sheep rearing.
Uncover the island’s natural mysteries for yourself with a wide selection of tree-lined trails, lakeside hikes, and cliff top lookouts. Head up to Bridal Veil Falls for a picnic at the top of the falls, and a tranquil trail leading down and along the stream. You can also stop for a swim or take a walk through the town below.
M’Chigeeg Trail is one of the island’s most popular, with one trail along the bottom and another leading to the top of the bluff. Take this path and you’ll stumble upon natural wonders like Bear Cave, Fossil Rock Point, and glorious views of North Channel.
Book flights from Boston to Sudbury and wander through the wonders of Manitoulin Island.
Fly from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB), with a quick connection in Toronto. Boston to Sudbury flight time is 2 hours and 20 minutes on average. Connection times vary. The distance from Boston to Sudbury is around 1,050 km / 650 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.