Lovely gallery space within an historic rail station. Good lighting, attractive gift shop and inviting sitting area. This gallery annually exhibits the works of instructors of the Haliburton School of Art.
On on another note, they have nicely placed parking for disabled people right by the entry, along with a ramp up to the galley for wheelchair access. Inexplicably, they have chosen to store furniture in the costly elevator inside the building, the one built to create wheelchair access to the gallery. Tsk, tsk... The battle for accessibility goes on in the most cultured places.
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