The Alexander Henry will be opening CANADA DAY JULY 1st.


PHONE 355-5277 OR 623-6550 to make reservations for a tour.

Safety protocols and social distancing will be in place

All tours will be only on the exterior of the ship and property due to government restrictions at a reduced price of $5.00 cash per person. Face masks are mandatory and masks can be purchased at the gate for $2.00 per mask.

For the present time the ship will be open for tours every Tuesday and Friday until further restrictions are lifted. Come out and experience the ship that kept the shipping lanes open on the greatest lakes in the world.

We offer both guided and self-guided tours. Admission prices are as follows: Adults $10.00, Seniors 60+ and Children under 16 $7.00, Family of 4 $25.00, and Groups of 10 or more $5.00 per person. Make sure to stop by our gift shop and sign the guest book. We accept cash, debit and credit transactions for your convenience.

The Lakehead Transportation Museum Society is volunteer-based, organization dedicated to the collecting, preservation and display of transportation artifacts and history relevant to the transportation history of Thunder Bay and area.

The CCGS Alexander Henry is home!

The Lakehead Transportation Museum Society works with other local transportation groups to fulfil the objectives of their mandate.

The Lakehead Transportation Museum Society(LTMS) is happy to announce the Alexander Henry Ice breaker, buoy tender and lighthouse supply ship, has returned home to Thunder Bay.


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