Established in 1883 following the discovery of nickel, Sudbury is a scenic city located in Northern Ontario. Fly from Toronto to Sudbury and see attractions such as the Big Nickel and historic landmarks, all while having easy access to the great outdoors. You’ll also get a good dose of northern hospitality during your visit.
There are many family-friendly things to do while in Sudbury. Spend an afternoon at Science North, Northern Ontario’s most popular tourist attraction that consists of two snowflake-shaped buildings with four levels of interactive fun. Or, visit The Art Gallery of Sudbury where you can take in exciting exhibitions, lecture series, and special events.
Visit points of interest such as the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre, or choose to explore trails while soaking in Sudbury’s natural beauty.
Sudbury is known for its landscape which can be enjoyed through the seasons. Take a stroll down the Bell Park Pathway, a well-groomed urban walkway along the shorelines of Ramsey Lake, during the warmer months. In the winter, lace up your skates and head out for a twirl across the frozen lake.
There’s a little something for everyone in Sudbury. Travel from Toronto to Sudbury and experience all that this Northern Ontario gem has to offer.
One of Sudbury’s oldest districts, Bell Park is a charming neighbourhood marked by tree-lined streets and homes with an abundance of architectural character. The neighbourhood hosts some of Sudbury’s finest tourist attractions, parks, and beaches.
Bell Park is home to Science North, an interactive science museum with lots of exhibits and attractions that will keep you busy throughout the day. Be amazed by great displays like the live tropical butterflies at the F. Jean MacLeod Butterfly Gallery. A trip to Science North will keep you on the edge of your seat and no trip from Toronto to Sudbury is complete without visiting this popular attraction. Whether you’ve never been, or you’re a repeat visitor, there’s always something to discover at Science North.
Get a handle on the city’s arts and culture scene by visiting the the Art Gallery of Sudbury which is housed in a turn of the century mansion that once belonged to lumber baron William J Bell. Although the building has undergone significant renovations, its historic charm has still been preserved.
Fly from Toronto to Sudbury and enjoy local history and contemporary works of art, exhibitions, and art classes this neighbourhood has to offer.
Just outside of the downtown core, you’ll find the Gatchell neighbourhood in Sudbury’s West End. The neighbourhood is home to local favourites and major tourist attractions including The Big Nickel and Dynamic Earth. Fly from Toronto to Sudbury and enjoy some of Northern Ontario’s most popular attractions.
While in the neighbourhood, head over to Dynamic Earth, an earth sciences museum. Tour the ever-changing exhibitions and take a ride on the glass-enclosed elevator that goes deep underground to a simulated mining environment.
You won’t want to miss out on a visit to The Big Nickel, just a few steps away from Dynamic Earth. Weighing in at 13 tonnes, the monument is an identical replica of the 1951 Canadian nickel and is the largest coin in the world. Be sure to get your picture taken next to one of Sudbury’s best known symbols.
Before making your way back to Toronto, wind down and head to one of the many great places to eat on Lorne Street. Grab a bite to go and walk over to Delki Dozzi Park where you can relax and people watch after an eventful day.
Fly non-stop from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to the Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB). Toronto to Sudbury flight time is 1 hour on average. The distance from Toronto to Sudbury is around 350 km / 220 mi. Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.