Arts & Culture

From First Nations culture to the latest in contemporary art, music and more - Whistler's arts and culture scene runs deep.

Magic Moments: Whistler 2018 in Photos

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and so we thought we'd let our incredible photographers do the "talking" as we look back over the most magical Whistler moments of 2018. 

Drool Alert: Whistler Foodie Photoblog

We sent local photographer, John Entwistle to some of our favourite food spots around Whistler to capture a little menu magic with his lens. From mountain tops to Caesar salad, waterfalls to crème brûlée, forests to brisket sandwiches - John covers it all.

How Whistler Becomes a Twinkle Town

There's something simply magical about seeing twinkling lights adorning trees and buildings, the sparkle and glow being reflected in the white snow that blankets the ground below. Let's take a look at how Whistler turns into the twinkle town that brings that festive spirit to life each year…

Made-in-Whistler Gift Ideas

Whistler has a great retail scene, and if you dig a little deeper into some of the stores you'll find some unique items designed and/or made right here in the mountains. Let's take a look at where you should head to hunt down these made-in-Whistler gifts.

Insider’s Guide: When to Visit Whistler in the Winter

While winter may be confined to three months in other parts of the world, in Whistler we revel in it for six! Each month offers unique must-do events, activities, and snow sports, making it hard to know when to visit.

Women on Top at the 2018 Whistler Film Festival

Featuring 11 world premieres, find out which films are a must-see at this year's Whistler Film Festival with movie buff contributor Feet Banks.

MasterChef Champ Thea VanHerwaarden Tackles Cornucopia

One of my favorite and most anticipated events is Cornucopia, happening November 8 - 18, 2018. Why? Well, if food, drink, local celebrity chefs, and signature parties aren’t enough, then the perfect fall weather, gorgeous scenery and luxurious accommodations should make any person put this event at the top of their list.

Your Guide to Cornucopia 2018

There are over 90 food and drink events happening during the 11 days of the Whistler Cornucopia festival. This can be a little overwhelming at first glance, but we've got some handy guides that can help you navigate these incredible events.

What’s Hot and New at Whistler’s Cornucopia 2018

Whistler's Cornucopia is all about creative culinary flare, new experiences, and a license to indulge. Let's look at what's hot and new for 2018.

The Design Mind Behind the Whistler Village Stroll

The main viaduct of Whistler’s pedestrian Village Stroll is a meandering, cobblestoned route that connects both ski hills to four public squares and over 100 shops and eateries, before easing onto the great lawn of Whistler Olympic Plaza and the Marketplace.

Insider’s Guide To Rainy Day Activities In Whistler

As we settle into fall weather there is no need to stay home and get cabin fever. Learn how to make the most of rainy days until the ski season starts.
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