Al Mazur Memorial Heritage Park
A re-creation of the town of Hudson Bay circa 1909, the Al Mazur Heritage Park features a collection of buildings spread across 16 acres. Travel back in time as you walk through buildings such as the print shop, featuring artifacts depicting early letter press printing and hand-set type. Learn about the area’s logging history, take a ride on the train that circles the park, and tour through the only Boer War Home in Canada. Finish your tour with juice, tea and cookies in the tea house and view a collection of over 1,500 matching tea cups and saucers.
Be sure to attend the park’s annual Heritage Day, held on the third Saturday in August each year. Events include a pancake breakfast, parade, pie baking contest, country music, and demonstrations on flour milling, shingle-making, rope-making and threshing. The park also features an authentic outdoor clay oven which will produce 28 loaves of bread every two hours on Heritage Day.
The Al Mazur Memorial Heritage Park is located at the Junction of Highways 9N and 3W in the town of Hudson Bay. Visit their website for operating hours and admission fees.
Town of Hudson Bay
May – September
Visit website for operating hours.
Admission: Adults $5 / Seniors & Youth $3 / Children under 5 are free; Mini train ride $2/person & children under 5 are free.