686 Memorial Avenue
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 3Z5
Phone: (807) 344-6688
Fax: (807) 345-6833
The Community Auditorium Thunder Bay is a 1500 seat performing arts center. Since its opening in 1985 it has played host to various plays, concerts, dance performances, film festivals and more. It is considered to be one of the top concert halls in North America.The auditorium is designed in a unique manner such that it is versatile and can be rearranged to accommodate different events. This center offers some of the best acoustics and lighting to fulfill the requirements of different performers.
Built in 1951, Port Arthur Stadium is a baseball stadium in Thunder Bay. The stadium is a former home to the Thunder Bay Whiskey Jacks and is now home to Thunder Bay Border Cats. It has a seating capacity of 5400 and hosted major sporting events like 2004 Baseball Canada Cup.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at SilverCity Thunder Bay. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.
Built in 1910, the Finnish Labour Temple is a community center which brings together people of Canadian and Finnish culture together. It is the oldest and still active Finnish community center. The temple is home to a historic restaurant called The Hoito, a museum, several offices, hall, meeting rooms, a dance floor and a stage. It also hosts the annual Bay Street Film Festival.
Magnus Theatre in Thunder Bay is a charming downtown theater that is housed in a renovated 1884 Port Arthur Central Schoolhouse. The theater especially promotes young local artists, and it hosts live theater and plays. Some of the famous productions include Great Expectations, MacHomer, Red and Night The comfortable seats and entertaining shows will ensure you'll have a great time.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at May Cumberland Mall Cinemas. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead
Built in the early 1950s Fort William Gardens is nestled between Lake Ontario and the Nor'wester Mountain Range. Completely remodeled in 1995, the stadium has been the home to number of hockey teams Thunder Bay Thunderwolves and Thunder Bay North Stars.
Fort William Stadium is a soccer stadium located in north-west of Thunder Bay. It has a grass surface and has a capacity of 3500.