Parry Sound is the home town of hockey legend Bobby Orr

ORRParry Sound is the hometown of Robert Gordon Orr, hockey legend “Bobby Orr.” He’s been called the greatest player to ever lace up the skates. Born in 1948, began skating at the age of four on the Seguin River. The city’s Bobby Orr Hall of Fame, which adjoins the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts and sits on a 3.5-acre waterfront site overlooking Georgian Bay, pays tribute to the home-town hockey hero. It features interactive games to entertain the entire family and the largest collection of Bobby Orr’s own memorabilia available to the public. You can connect with the museum on Twitter @BobbyOrr4HOF

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Charles W Stockey Centre & Bobby Orr Hall Of Fame, 2 Bay St Parry Sound, Ontario

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