The Martyrs’ Shrine welcomes over 100,000 visitors annually, was once home to the Canadian Martyrs and has been visited by Saint Pope John Paul II among others. The Shrine is a unique blend of early modern Indigenous-European tradition and discovery that inspired and influenced the formation of Canada as we know it today. We hope that you can join us in person and are here to help you as you learn more about the our holy site.
In accordance with our COVID-19 Policies as supported by the Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit, the Shrine has adjusted operations, schedules, and protocols. Also, be sure to visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for things to known before you visit.
Experience the Shrine
Things to See and Do
Stay With Us
We understand that your experience may not transform you in a single day, and we encourage you to take the time that you need. Stay with us or stay with our community accommodators and we will help you build your itinerary. Several Daytrip Ideas exist that can help round out your experience.