Grotto Lourdes Shrine is an historical religious destination located in the community of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. The community of Sudbury is located in Rainbow Country in Northeastern Ontario.
In 1907 Frederick le Roumanet Du Cail-laud commissioned a shrine in Sudbury, Ontario which was a replica of a famous attraction in France.
The religious attraction is located on the top of a hill providing visitors a Catholic perspective unlike any other shrine in Canada.
The Grotto Lourdes Shrine is a religious attraction represented by statues which tell the life story of Christ in a chronological order.
A foot path leads visitors through an educational journey visiting various religious statues, monuments, a fountain and a labyrinth detailing the story of Jesus Christ.
Along the path are various lookouts, sightseeing benches, picnic tables and flower gardens.
From the lookouts on top of the hill there are far reaching views of the community of Sudbury including the "Bridge of Nations" and Ramsey Lake.