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Tom Davies Square to Art Gallery of Sudbury


For a tranquil walk through the city that will put you in a contemplative mood, visit the Grotto off Van Horne St.

The Grotto offers meandering walkways, flower gardens, and an expansive view of Ramsey Lake. From the Grotto, the Nelson Street Bridge leads you directly to the historic Bell Mansion, home of the Art Gallery of Sudbury.

Here visitors will find exhibitions that are both challenging and enlightening. This stone mansion was built in 1907 and originally served as the home of the former lumber baron, William Joseph Bell.

This trail is part of the Greater Sudbury Trail system known as Rainbow Routes. The mission of the Rainbow Routes is to develop and preserve trail for the betterment of the people of the City of Sudbury, and the enjoyment of visitors and nature lovers alike.

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