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Top 5 Places for an Art Immersion

Art and Culture Finds Its Place in Whistler

Poetry readings at Council meetings, Art Battles in nightclubs, Bike Park-centric Photography Showdowns, Symphony Orchestras on the Great Lawn, sculptures by the trail, writing workshops on the lake, spray-painted train wrecks in the forest, occasional outbursts of knitting graffiti on the lamp-posts… Whistler’s Cultural Renaissance might have found its most exciting premises with the forthcoming Audain Art Museum, a world-class collection of Canadian and First Nations art, due to open in 2015, but it’s not the only place to experience the art, culture and inspiration that anchors Whistler’s wild side.


Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre

It’s an Aboriginal Museum, a showcase of living culture, and a multiple award winning facility that is constantly ranked as one of Whistler’s most authentic must-do experiences. Talk to people. Make crafts. Touch everything.

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Whistler Museum

Discover how a small remote valley came to be one of the most famous resorts in the world. The Museum shows equal appreciation for pioneers, resort builders Olympians and black bears, as visiting kids who want to go through the tickle trunk and hold an Olympic torch.

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Fine Art Galleries

When your Sensory Overload buttons are blinking red from the outdoor stimulus duck into one of the resort’s art galleries. Masterfully crafted sculptures, masks, and painting invite quiet contemplation and offer visual inspiration on a more contained scale.

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When Artwalk rolls into town every summer, it turns all available wall space in cafes, restaurants, banks, even real estate offices, into an art invasion that you can stumble upon as you grab a latte or trace through the Village on your own meandering art-quest.

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The Point Artist-Run Centre

The historic Cypress Lodge on Alta Lake and former Youth Hostel has been reclaimed as a community-run art space, a haven for grassroots creative programming, with one of the best docks and lakeside views in all of Whistler. Walk, bike, or paddle to the site to take in live music performances, readings, exhibits and summer camps.

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Insider's Guide to Whistler

The Insider's Guide to Whistler:
Trip Planning Made Easy

Whistler Insider Feet Banks teams up with adventurer Robin Esrock in this handy video mini series to help you plan your winter vacation.

Winter in Whistler

Winter in Whistler:
For The Moment Hunters

We are all moment hunters, seeking something new. Winter in Whistler serves up more than its fair share of unforgettable mountain experiences.

Summer Room Offer

Summer Accommodation Offer
Moderate Rooms from $99 per night

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