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Blue Heron Cruises
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The Blue Heron Company operates glass bottom and jet boat tours through Fathom Five National Marine Park including Flowerpot Island and the Shipwrecks in Big Tub Harbour.
Tour around the tip of the Northern Bruce Peninsula. Based out of Tobermory ON.
Book a tour boat of local shipwrecks, take a trip to Flowerpot Island or take a sunset cruise along the Georgian Bay coastline are some of the options offered by this company.
Features a variety of vessels to take a cruise on beautiful Georgian Bay, viewing shipwrecks, the shoreline and Flowerpot Island! Enjoy a trip during the day or take in a sunset cruise!
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“fantastic place! but recommend reservations with Parks as there are time slots only allowed for visiting> bring swim suits and proper shoes to walk the distance from parking to water through a trail in woods. bring stroller! ”
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“A mandatory stop when in Tobermory, this shop sells different varieties of candies and ice cream all made locally. Cute and themed interiors/exteriors perfect for pictures! Please note that the shop is open seasonally from April to Mid October”
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“small town grocery store, a little bit of everything and an artsy shop above the store”
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“Welcome to Neyaashiinigaamiing!!! Ahnee. Do you want to be surrounded by incredible scenic beauty? Do you want a place where solitude is possible? Do you want a place that has a distinct culture? If so, Neyaashiinigaamiing (known on the map as Cape Croker) is the place for you. Surrounded on three sides by Georgian Bay and on the other by the Niagara Escarpment, Neyaashiinigaamiing offers incredible wild-life and exotic plant viewing, opportunities in a setting like no other in the world! Incredible views, stimulating trails, and protected waters all combine to make a visit to Neyaashiinigaamiing the natural choice. Nature however, is not all Neyaashiinigaamiing offers! A proud community, Neyaashiinigaamiing is unceded land, meaning, it was never given up by treaty. Rich in tradition and culture this First Nations community, the Chippewas of Nawash have lived on this land for centuries and have a special connection to it. We welcome you to visit us and learn about our culture. Whether it be by visiting us during our annual Pow Wow held each summer or by patronizing our local craft shops, the distinct and proud culture of the Chippewas of Nawash will come through.”
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“he Circle Arts story began in 1969 when Gale Jensen - a professor of Social Sciences at the University of Michigan - persuaded six students of the Ontario College of Art (OCA) to build an art gallery and studio on land he owned in Tobermory, Ontario. The group stayed in the small town on the picturesque Bruce Peninsula for the summer, producing oil paintings, watercolours, wood block prints, sculptures, silk screens, textiles, jewelry and pottery. They returned to Toronto to finish their studies at the end of the summer, then moved to Tobermory permanently the following spring. The Circle Arts story encompasses elements of its times and locales. It is the story of youthful enthusiasm and artistic maturity, local involvement and global markets, sound business sense and high creativity. More than anything else, it is the story of a commitment to Canadian art, and to those who produce and support it. ”
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