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Discovery Harbour is a picturesque historic site situated on beautiful Penetanguishene Bay.
Originaly a British naval and military base, it was built as a result of the War of 1812 to safeguard access to Upper Canada.
Discovery Harbour is home to the historic replica ships H.M.S. Bee and H.M.S. Tecumseth.
In the summertime, visitors can enjoy fun and interactive daily activities and tours.
Updated Aug 11, 2006
Address: 93 Jury Drive, Discovery Harbour, Penetanguishene
The King's Wharf Theatre is a beautifully redone building - formerly a wharehouse and loading dock for the historic Naval and Military Establishment (now Discovery Harbour), in Penetanguishene, it has been turned into a beautiful rustic theatre.
During the summer, the theatre is host to the Drayton Festival productions which features shows from Anne of Green Gables to Nunsense.
In the off-season, it is usually rented out for local events and productions.
This is a beautifully crafted theatre with not a bad seat in the entire house.
Cottaging in the area? Why not cruise in and park your boat at one of the Discovery Harbour Slips and enjoy a show!
Written Aug 11, 2006
Address: 97 Jury Drive, Discovery Harbour, Penetanguishene
This is a Greek restaurant with Greek music playing softly in the background. The decor is totally Greek and the owner/chef can make an appearence throughout your meal.The food is excellent in taste and in price. The wait staff are very friendly and you won't be rushed out until you are ready to leave.
Written Mar 8, 2003
Address: Main Street just before the lights,facing the bay