The Atikokan Centennial Museum and Heritage Park is a place to view the rich timeline of Atikokan. Located in the heart of town, along the Atikokan River. The place is open only on weekdays from 10 am-4:30 pm, and offers free admission.
Come step in, and glimpse at the history that dates back to the Ice age, to the mining ages. View specialty possessions such as a 12,000-year-old Caribou Antler, a Shelvin-Clarke logging locomotive, mining exhibits, and so much more.
Everything is well laid out all around so your eyes are always kept busy with visuals, and literature. The place is a feast for knowledge.
The Atikokan Museum overall is a place worth viewing for history lovers to understand the deep meaning of the region.