The Obrien Theatre opened its doors June 25th 1930 and still serves as a fully functional theatre for all of the most current movies. On Wednesday nights they offer a film group that offer a variety of movies that are generally not mainstream releases. The Obrien Theatre now offers great specials such as Dinner and a Movie, Matinees, Kids Birthday Specials, Popcorn and Drink specials, and Tuesday night cheap night! It remains an important centre of entertainment for the community.
Home to many historic shops, museums, restaurants and many more, the downtown core is one of Renfrew’s biggest attractions for tourists.
Renfrew’s NHL museum looks to capture the essence of NHL’s birthplace. Located above Renfrew’s historic post office, they offer a great collection of hockey memorabilia and artifacts.
Off leash Dog Park
A 1.5 acre fenced in park located at the Ma-ta-way activity centre allows for owners to bring their dogs, roam around freely, and socialize with other dogs without having to be tied up. This is a great place to bring your four legged furry family member.
McDougal Mill Museum
The McDougal Museum holds three packed floors of Renfrew’s historic artifacts. This includes some of the most extensive collections of farming equipment and pioneer tools in Ontario as well as decorative military display and Victorian clothing.
The Millennium Trail is an established multi-season trail for walkers, cyclists, joggers and is open to snowmobiles during the winter months.