Here's a partial listing of the Top Attractions and Things To Do in Peterborough

Liftlock & River Boat Cruises

Explore the beautiful Trent Severn Waterway aboard either of our vessels. The Island Princess a double deck replica side wheeler or the Skylark VIII a modern single deck tour boat. Discover the unbelievable beauty of this remote region of the Kawartha`s. It would be a pleasure to welcome you aboard. We operate daily from Mid-May to Mid-October. We are a small family run business that promotes a fun loving and friendly atmosphere. Our staff and crew set out to ensure you have a pleasurable and memorable cruise.

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Indian River Reptile Zoo

Unique in North America, the Indian River Reptile Zoo is Canada's premier reptile facility, belonging to CAZA (Canada’s Accredited Zoos and Aquariums), and dedicated to education and the conservation of reptile life. Visit our gift store for fun and exciting gift ideas! Come in, stay awhile, and help support our animals!

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Lang Pioneer Village Museum

Established in 1967, Lang Pioneer Village Museum is an outdoor museum featuring over 25 restored and recreated buildings typical of a small 19th-century village. Many of the buildings were relocated to the Village from within the County of Peterborough in order to preserve the region’s history.

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The Canadian Canoe Museum

The Canadian Canoe museum's mission is to preserve and share the culture and history of the canoe. The museum is fully wheelchair accessible, and parking is free. The Canadian Canoe Museum is a, family-friendly place that offers a fascinating look at Canadian history as seen from a canoe.

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Market Hall Performing Arts Centre

Market Hall Performing Arts works to develop, nurture, and sustain the performing arts in Peterborough's historic Market Hall. Market Hall Performing Arts is a non-profit organization, which has operated the second floor of the Market Hall as a multi-functional venue since 1998, playing host to a wide range of performing arts activities and ...

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