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Experience the art of British Columbia, from the traditional works of the province's First Peoples through to its contemporary masters, in one of Canada's most treasured wilderness destinations. Admission is always free for children 18 and younger.
Closes in 14 min
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
4350 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1B4, Canada
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Had a lovely time strolling through this gallery. Paintings and artwork were beautiful and thought provoking. Tickets were $16/pp and well worth the price. Just being in the building was a treat. We thoroughly enjoyed it. The gift shop has lovely items and features local...More
What a great addition to Whistler. The permanent collection of Native Art is incredible and I think the absolute highlight of the museum. I could spend all day just looking at the masks, paddles and art work. You then have a huge collection of Emily...More
Whistler is a small resort town so I did not have super high expectations when I heard they’d added an art museum to the mix. However, it surprised me! The building is well-designed and lovely to look at, and the galleries are spacious. They have...More
This is the perfect size for a museum. It is totally manageable and not overwhelming. The collections are very special and a great reflection of B.C. artists. We are lucky to have this museum in whistler.
The Audain has it all - a stunningly designed building, an inspired, well-curated collection of a manageable size, and a great gift shop. But it's really the indigenous art of BC's coastal peoples that will take your breath away - both early and contemporary. And...More
We came on a rainy day and it added to the ambiance. As we walked down the hallway, the rain created a wall outside the window and everything felt calm. The architecture of this buildings adds to the experience.
The space compared to other museums...More