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Places to Visit
How to Reach

By bus

Greyhound operates out of Laundromat Plus, 425 Pembroke St. E (Behind Moncion's Grocers), 8am-9pm. There are 3 buses daily to Ottawa, 3 to North Bay and 1 to Toronto.

By car

Pembroke is accessible by 4 exits off Highway 17, also known as the Trans-Canada Highway. Along this highway, it is 160km (100 mi) west of Ottawa and 215km (135 mi) east of North Bay. It is also about 400km (255 mi) northeast of Toronto.

Key places to visit
Pembroke Welcome Centre, Heritage Murals, Champlain Trail Museum, Murray L Moore Hydro Museum, Kiwanis Waterfront Trail


Places to Visit

Pembroke Welcome Centre

Renfrew County Community Futures Development Corporation operates the Pembroke Welcome Centre in partnership with the City of Pembroke. We provide year-round information about Pembroke, the Ottawa Valley and Ontario to approximately 5,500 tourists who visit the Centre every year.

Heritage Murals

are the 25 murals located within the city which deal with numerous aspects of local culture and history.

Champlain Trail Museum

1032 Pembroke St. E, Displays and artifacts from the area's past, with a school house, log pioneer home, and other period buildings.

Murray L Moore Hydro Museum

283 Pembroke St. W, Light fixtures and artifacts dating back to 1884, when Pembroke was the first place in Canada to have street lights.

Kiwanis Waterfront Trail

is a 1.5km trail which follows the waterfront from the city's marina to Riverside Park. Includes outdoor theatre, historic "pointer boat" monument, outdoor chapel and lookout points.

Right Time to Visit

January - April
October - December