Discovery Harbour is located in Simcoe County of Ontario province. On the street of Jury Drive and street number is 93. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (705) 549-8064. You can get more information from their website.
Museum, Restaurant, Store, (Edit)
93 Jury Dr, Penetanguishene, ON L9M 1G1, Canada
We really enjoyed Discovery Harbour and areas around the Harbour. Parks and views. We found a waterfront and stopped with a lunch. The old ships were a very nice sight and great for a photo opportunity. Also there is a very nice restaurant with an outdoor patio. Places to stop in and buy souvenirs.
Historical building and place, must visit when you visit this area. Place is scenic and beautiful with lake view, we were not allowed to visit the museum due to Covid-19. It has a restaurant which was also nice but we were not have time for food. The ancient ships were also amazing. This place has lots of photography potential. Enjoyed visiting with family.
Discovery Harbour is a virtual treasure trove of knowledge, history, special events, theater, piers, nature, food and beverages.
It was a great pleasure to see the Tall Ships that were docked there in 2019.
At times, staff will not only be dressed in period costumes, they will enact daily life and/or memorable events.
Every staff/security member I met was pleasant, helpful and knowledgeable. Thank you all for making my visit a memorable one!
Beautiful location, lots of things to do and see for every budget.
Don't take my word for it. Check it out for yourself and let me know how you feel about Discovery Harbour.
Please check the website or call for COVID-19 hours, restrictions and/or other pertinent information.
Be safe and enjoy Discovery Harbour.
30 years old ship is a replica of an old ship that was made for war. Good to see for one time.
Perfect setting in a harbour with a well attended restaurant with a large outdoor patio. There is a nominal $5.00 per person to tour the site. Self guiding tour takes about one hour. The theme is the War of 1812, the Americans vs. British. The gentleman at entrance was very informative.