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Bracebridge Night Clubs

Royal Canadian Legion Br. 302
290 Veterans Way, Gravenhurst – (705) 687-2801

Muskoka Lakes Music Festival –
Box 172, 1182 Foreman Rd., Port Carling – (705) 765-1048

Hope Community Christian Church –
P.O. Box 241, 3239 South Sparrow Lake Rd. off Hwy. # 11, Cumberland Beach – (705) 812-2833

Bracebridge Attractions & Restaurants

The Old Station Restaurant
Spend the evening dining by the fireplace or watch the game in the sports bar on the wide screen TV.
Phone 705-645-9776
88 Manitoba Street, Bracebridge, Ontario

China Garden Buffet Restaurant – 29 Monck Road, Bracebridge, Ontario, P1L 1S5. Szechuan and Canadian fare, Licensed by the LLBO
Telephone 705-645-3535

Muskoka Riverside Inn – 300 Ecclestone Drive, Bracebridge, Ontario. Enjoy prime rib in an unhurried atmosphere while overlooking the Muskoka River.
Phone 705-645-8775

Andrea’s Steak & Sea Food House
Fine dining in an intimate Spanish decor, fully licensed by the LLBO.
Phone 705-645-8841
264 Manitoba Street, Bracebridge, Ontario, P1L 1S5

Norwood Cinema 3
The Norwood Cinema 3 perhaps the largest home theatre screen in Muskoka.
24 hour movie line 705-645-2333
106 Manitoba Street, Bracebridge, Ontario

Rene M. Caisse Memorial Theatre
The Rene M. Caisse Memorial Theatre was designed by the award-winning architectural firm Carruthers Shaw and Partners, Allen & Sherriff Architects. It features 300 seats, including a balcony & two loges (boxes) & features the most up-to-date sound and lighting equipment.
Box Office 705-645-8400
100 Clearbrook Trail, Bracebridge, Ontario, P1L 1T8

Lady Muskoka Boat Cruises
– – (705) 646-2628
Situated in picturesque Bracebridge, “the Heart of Muskoka”, the 300 Passenger Lady Muskoka offers an incredible sightseeing opportunity you’re sure to remember. The “Lady” is 104 ft. long, 24 ft. wide and offers Full Food and Bar Service ranging from Snacks to a variety of 3 course meals for special functions available on request.

Woodchester Villa (Bracebridge Historical Society)
– – (705) 645-5501
One of the finest octagonal houses in Ontario, this impressive building was erected in 1882 by Henry James Bird, a prosperous local woollen manufacturer. In its unusual design it illustrates the architectural theories of Orson Squire Fowler, an American author and lecturer who claimed that many-sided structures provided healthier, more efficient environments for their inhabitants than rectangular buildings. In keeping with Fowler’s views, the house was solidly constructed of fieldstone and poured concrete and contained such innovative features as ventilation shafts and a dumb-waiter. It was officially named Woodchester Villa after the owner’s birthplace in England, but became known locally as the “Bird Cage”. Occupied by family members until 1977, Woodchester Villa has since been restored and is now open to the public.
Location: 15 King Street, Bracebridge, Ontario.