Greater Sudbury Museums


The Greater Sudbury Museums currently has four permanent locations:

Anderson Farm Museum

550 Municipal Road 24, Lively

The Anderson Farm Museum is located at the site of one of the largest dairies operating in the Greater Sudbury area during the 1920s and 1930s. Today, the site has been developed to preserve the rich history of the surrounding community. Tour the Anderson family’s farmhouse, barn and milkhouse, as well as a log cabin originally from the ghost town of Creighton Mine! While you’re here, take some time to enjoy our grounds!

Hours of Operation:

July, August: Every day, 10:00 – 4:00 – Guided tours available!

September-June: Monday-Friday, 10:00 – 4:00 (by appointment only)

Admission: $4 for Adults, $2 for Students, Free for children under the age of 5

Copper Cliff Museum

26 Balsam Street, Copper Cliff

The Copper Cliff Museum is housed in a log cabin built in 1890. The cabin rests on the site of the first house in the former Town of Copper Cliff. Come learn about the history of the Copper Cliff area!

Hours of Operation:

May, June & September, October: Monday- Friday, 10:00 – 4:00 (by appointment only)

July, August: Wednesday – Sunday 10:00 – 4:00 – Guided tours available! (Closed Monday and Tuesday)

Admission: By Donation

Flour Mill Museum

245 St. Charles Street, Sudbury

This clapboard house was built in 1903 by its owner François Varieur, the foreman of Evans Lumber, a logging mill situated on Xavier Street. This site tells many stories of the Flour Mill area.

***This site is currently closed for repairs!***

Rayside-Balfour Museum

Azilda Public Library

120 St. Agnes Street, Azilda

The Rayside-Balfour Museum is located in the Azilda Public Library and is the smallest of the four Sudbury Museums sites. The museum holds artifacts depicting the prosperous agricultural life of the area, as well as the development of the area and stories of related key individuals.

For Hours of Operation see:

Admission: Free