Whistler is primarily a sports town, and being one of the largest ski resorts in North America, it has moved into the sometimes cosmopolitan eye of the international traveller. As a result, there is a growing interest in culture.

Whistler Museum and Archives - Showcases Whistler's history from the pioneer days to the 2010 Winter Olympics. Also tells the story of the coming of skiing to Whistler Mountain and  the development of Whistler resort and Whistler Village. Family fun, interactive exhibits, children’s activities.  A good option for a rainy day or a rest-day from skiing.

Maury Young Arts Centre - Hub for arts and culture

Whistler Arts Council - Umbrella Assocation for the Arts

First Nations Cultural Center, a 15 million dollar project. The link takes you to a page on the Tourism Whistler website.

The Resort Municipality of Whistler is making it's way in the wild world of arts and culture - visit the RMOW Arts and Culture online for more information.

Galleries, more to Come: