Exploring Downtown Sault St. Marie, Ontario

location_onSault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Graffiti mural at 644 Queen St. E

A walkable downtown area is charming, even in sleeting rain.

The Grand Theater

Sault Ste Marie Museum hosts military, art, and sports exhibits

The Precious Blood Cathedral, constructed in 1875, was designed in the Gothic Revival style.

Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site

Customized utility boxes is a global trend.

Located in front of the Sault Ste Marie Public Library. Behind it is a concrete monument stating 1867-1967. This seems to mark the start of the John Roswell Hub Trail.

An oversized table and chairs in a grass field along the Hub Trail.

The Art Gallery of Algoma

Located next to the Art Gallery of Algoma is a the Elsie Savoie Sculpture Park

Walk along St Marys River

Sault Ste Marie Algoma's Friendliest City

Bust of Dr. Roberta Bondar, Canada's first female astronaut

Massive outdoor ampitheatre on the St Marys River

Before I die... Mounted next to Outspoken Brewing

Alley mural by Mike's

Alley mural behind Life's A Stitch

Amazing Christmas window display at The Other Guys

Ministry of the Attorney General Courthouse

Holday Decorations in front of the Courthouse