If you are fortunate enough to be visiting Sarnia, the largest city on Lake Huron, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. There are a number of exciting things to do in Sarnia. From many historical sites to cultural attractions, explore the exhaustive list of all other local attractions available in Sarnia.
Can’t wait to discover Sarnia for yourself? Let’s go…
1. Lake Huron
Lake Huron was originally called La Mer Douce. Lake Huron is the fifth largest freshwater lake and the second largest Great Lake on the planet. At the bottom of the lake, there rests more than 1,000, shipwrecks. The underwater historic sites are destinations for scuba divers, snorkelers and even kayakers to explore. There are 30 lighthouses on the beaches of Lake Huron which are open for visitors and you can also enjoy fishing, sea kayaking, sailing, etc. Private charter facilities are also available.
Address: Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
2. Centennial Park
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Centennial Park is a waterfront garden in Sarnia. The garden has beautiful and rich natural surroundings and it also has play equipment for children to enjoy during their visit. There are paved walkways in the park, seating areas, a seven days a week fry truck, water fountain and also a running route. While your visit you can watch the boats, fly a kite, and stroll around. The Suncor agora concert park is located inside the park and within walking distances near the park, there are wonderful shopping places and restaurants.
Address: 430 Front St N, Sarnia, ON N7T 7V4, Canada
3. Lambton Mall
The Lambton Mall is a shopping mall located in Sarnia, Ontario. It was opened in 1971 and is bounded by London Road, Lambton Mall Road and Exmouth Street on its sides. In the 1990s the Lambton Mall went through several expansions. The mall has over 100 stores to provide you everything you want and all the stores have wide ranges of different products.
Address: 1380 London Rd, Sarnia, ON N7S 1P8, Canada
Website: Lambton Mall
4. Stones and Bones Museum
The Stones and Bones Museum is a museum which offers a diverse and world-class collection of different items. The museum offers more than 6,000 objects. The objects displayed include dinosaurs, fossils and artifacts, gemstones, minerals, insects, butterflies, native Canadian tools and artifacts and many more amazing things. The museum is open on all holiday Mondays and is regularly opened between Wednesday to Sunday during 10 am to 5 pm. It costs only 7 USD to visit this beautiful museum and make lifelong memories.
Stones and Bones Museum
Address: 223 Christina St N, Sarnia, ON N7T 5V1, Canada
Website: Stones and Bones Museum
5. Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery
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The Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery is a public art gallery located in downtown Sarnia. It has free entrance and offers various historical and contemporary art exhibitions. The exhibitions here focus mainly on artists of national and regional caliber. The gallery has an exciting range of lectures, programming for children, school programs, art exhibitions, etc. The gallery is closed on Monday and Tuesday for public visits and the gallery serves as an invaluable cultural resource in developing the interest of visual arts in the people.
Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery
Address: 147 Lochiel St, Sarnia, ON N7T 4C1, Canada
Website: Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery
6. Canatara Beach and Park
The Canatara Beach is a local attraction which covers Lake Huron’s shoreline. The beach has so much to offer to you - it has an animal park, beach volleyball courts are available for public use, there is a skateboard and bikes park, and there are walking paths throughout the beach. There is play equipment for kids and open spaces where the children can run and play and enjoy their day.
Canatara Beach and Park
Address: Sarnia, ON, Canada
7. Highland Glen
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The Highland Glen is a conservation area located in Sarnia. This conservation area covers land on the shores of the beautiful Lake Huron. There are many activities for the visitors such as fishing, boating, and other water sports. You can enjoy swimming on the beach and also organize a picnic. There is a play area for children at the beach. The place is beautiful in the fall and it’s not a busy beach like the others as it is a kind of hidden place, located a distance from Sarnia.
Address: Sarnia, ON, Cananda
8. Children’s Animal Farm
The Children’s Animal Farm is built in picturesque surroundings in the Cantara Park. The farm features attractions for visitors of all ages and interests. The farm is open throughout the year and visitors can explore the farm and numerous animals. You can take a stroll, observe and learn about the different animals. Around the park, there are a variety of flowers, gardens and playgrounds and picnic areas. In summer the farm is open seven days from 8 am to 7:30 pm. In winter the farm is open seven days from 8 am to 3:30 pm.
Children’s Animal Farm
Address: 1200 Lake Chipican Dr, Sarnia, ON N7T 7N2, Canada
Website: Children’s Animal Farm
9. Imperial Theater
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The Imperial Theater has a capacity of around 600 people, the Nova room, the theater box office, two licensed bars, the R.W Lawton Gallery, rehearsal halls, wardrobe, workshops, and administrative offices. The shows presented here are fabulous. The Imperial Theater hosts numerous events, local and big name musical events, professional acts, speakers, comedy shows, and special events.
Address: 168 Christina St N, Sarnia, ON N7T 5T9, Canada
Website: Imperial Theater
10. Refined Fool Brewing Company
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The Refined Fool Brewing Company makes very small batches of craft beer in Sarnia, Canada. It is a group of teachers, creatives, entrepreneurs, musicians, and pastors who care about beer, business, Sarnia and each other. The company started brewing out of people’s houses but later on turned into a nano brewery in downtown Sarnia.
Refined Fool Brewing Company
Address: 137 Davis St, Sarnia, ON N7T 1A2, Canada
Website: Refined Fool Brewing Company
11. Eat and play at Point Edward's Waterfront Park
Just five minutes from Sarnia, you will find the Waterfront Park at Point Edward. The park is very scenic as it’s located on the St Clair River. On occasion, you may even see a freighter pass by. There’s a playground for the kids and plenty of space to walk around. Lots of benches and picnic areas make it convenient for a few hours of fun and relaxation.
Photo opportunities abound as you overlook Port Huron. There’s a splash pad to cool down, and when everyone’s tuckered out, grab some of the famous big french fries from the concession near the bridge.
Address: Michigan Ave at Livingston Street, Point Edward, Ontario N7V 1C3,
Website: Waterfront Park
12. Visit the Germain Park
The Germain Park presents lovely gardens and in summer, floral beauty is all around. There’s a renovated F-86 Sabre jet on display for the military minded. August is a great time to visit to get the best of the gardens. However, there are plenty of sporting opportunities as well. Watch or play soccer, baseball, lawn bowling, and more.
The park has dog-friendly areas, so if you have your pet with you, take it along. If you are looking for peace and solitude, there’s a meditation garden. Adding to that peace of mind is the fact that there is lots of free parking. Take a break in these lovely natural surroundings, just a stone-throw away from the city. Pack a picnic basket and linger in shade on a hot summer day.
Address: 900 Germain Street, Sarnia, Ontario N7S 1L8
Website: Germain Park
Make your plan todayWhen a city has so much to offer you, you should try to visit it at the earliest opportunity. You will like every single place on this list, and you will make lifelong memories to cherish back in your home.
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