There are several lessons to be learned in Cobalt. One of them is never try to climb the Devil’s Rock after an evening… Read More
Welcome to Cobalt!
A Parks Canada National Historic Site
The Great Cobalt Silver Discovery created the town almost overnight in the early 1990s. Named Ontario’s Most Historic Town and a Parks Canada National Historic Site, the Cobalt of today enjoys all the services of a much larger community but with a relaxed lifestyle. Come for a day, discover a century!
GO – Built in 1926, the Cobalt Classic Theatre was renovated in the 1990s and returned to its former glory. It offers a wide variety of arts and cultural programming in a modern, fully-equipped artistic venue.
DO – You will find many of Cobalt’s once famous mine sites on the Heritage Silver Trail. Get a map from the Mining Museum for a self-guided tour, or book in advance for a guided tour in the summer.
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Northeastern Ontario is one of the world’s celebrated regions for geologists, rockhounds, and mining enthusiasts to discover awe-inspiring rocks, fascinating fossils and historic underground mines. Read More