Audain Art Museum

Whistler Canada Tourist Information

The Audain Art Museum in Whistler BC is home to some of British Columbia's most exciting art.  It is located in an architecturally intriguing building surrounded by a forest.

Among it highlights is a collection of indigenous masks and a work of art by James Hart called the "Dance Screen".  In addition to its permanent art collection, the museum hosts national and international exhibits.

Audain Art Museum in Whistler BC
Audain Art Museum, Whistler BC

The Audain Art Museum is located in Village North.  It can be found just east of Blackcomb Way between Parking Lot #3 and Parking Lot #4.

The building can be accessed from the Village Stroll in Whistler North east of Village Park.  It is connected to Blackcomb Way via a short pedestrian bridge.

Audain Art Museum in Whistler Canada
Audain Museum, Whistler Canada

The museum is quite well hidden behind trees so feel free to ask a local for directions!

The Audain Museum was established in 2016 with the support of philanthropist Michael Audain and Yoshiko Karasawa.

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