Algonquin Park has been a major cornerstone in the history of Canadian landscape and wildlife art. Over the last century, it has attracted artists of all kinds and has inspired some of our Canada’s most famous paintings, such as Tom Thomson’s “Jack Pine” and A.Y. Jackson’s “Red Maple.”
The Algonquin Art Centre is located in a beautiful wood and stone building that was the park’s original museum and Visitor Centre. Renovated and re-opened in 2005, the Art Centre now showcases landscape and wildlife art by leading Canadian artists, as well as providing a wide range of educational programs for visitors of all ages.
Learn more about the Art Centre here.
|Hours & Dates||Open June 1 – October 21, 10 to 5 daily|
|Location||The Algonquin Art Centre is located at km 20 of Highway 60.|
|Contact||(705) 633-5555 / 1-855-221-2278 firstname.lastname@example.org|