HMCS Ojibwa was Canada's first Cold War Submarine, and is located in Port Burwell. Project Ojibwa is a significant reflection of the country's naval history. The Oberon Class submarine is located to the east of the Port Burwell harbour, with plans to be transformed into a stunning Historic Ship Museum. This factual piece of Canadian history provides a collection of exciting experiences to visitors. For submarine enthusiasts, there are plans for visitors to have the opportunity to spend the night in the crew and officers quarters. The state-of-the-art museum plans include a gift shop, food services, a lounge, washrooms, showers and locker rooms. Education centres and classrooms will provide visitors with real-life history learning experiences through specially developed programs. Project Ojibwa is a must see, exciting and historical attraction in Port Burwell. For more information call 1-519-633-7641 or visit http://projectojibwa.ca/ Open 7 days a week from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm with the last tour going at 5:00pm. Evening Tours by appointment only. There are also special "Greater Depths" tours every other Friday evening from 6-9pm. More detailed information on this tour available on the Project Ojibwa website.
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