A photograph of the Cobalt Hospital. There are some nurses and perhaps a doctor standing on the porch with a horse- drawn ambulance in front.

The Cobalt Mining Museum strives to preserve as much of Cobalt's past as possible and as a result boasts the world's largest display of native silver ore as well as an impressive display of rocks and minerals from around the world. The Museum's collection of artefacts relate not only to mining, but also to the cultural and social life of the Cobalt camp.

The Classic Theatre is an intimate 260-seat auditorium built in 1926. Situated in Ontario's Most Historic Town, the Classic Theatre is the only remaining theatre from the silver boom of the early 1900's. The Classic Theatre hosts more than 70 events each year, including theatre, music, comedy, dance and variety shows.

The Cobalt Historical Society is a non-profit corporation located in Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. Our mandate is to act as an umbrella organization for the preservation and development of the remaining mine properties, equipment and artifacts that illustrate the important role that the Cobalt Mining Camp has played in the development of the mining industry in Ontario and in the development of Northern Ontario. The Cobalt Mining Camp was designated as a National Historic Site in 2001.