Address: 425 Donald St E, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, P7E 5V1

The Thunder Bay Museum is housed within a former police station and courthouse on Donald Street where the Museum opened its first major exhibit in 1997. The Museum is now home to three floors of galleries covering 7,000 sqft and displays the vast and rich heritage of Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario. The first and third floors are home to long-term exhibits that chronicle the over 10,000 year history of our area. The second floor gallery features travelling exhibits from other museums and organizations across the country. The Antechamber Gallery, on the third floor is devoted to the celebration of our community’s artistic and creative endeavours with displays rotating approximately three times per year.