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Cycle-Logical rentals is Niagara’s South Coast leader when it comes to Bicycle Rentals. 2018 will feature The ARTSPOKiN Project! The hottest & newest destination attraction for Niagara, Ont. We know cyclists love the arts & culture scene so we are going to deliver a unique one-of-a-kind attraction right here in Port Colborne, Ontario, known to many as Niagara’s Arts & Culture Hub!
We are Located in the Lighthouse in Lock 8 Gateway Park
“Putting the ART between your legs!”
Set in the old community memorial hall of the scenic village of Warkworth, Ah!’s mission, as a non-profit gallery, is to increase appreciation for local artists and for artists across Ontario and Canada, as well as create awareness for local history and heritage. Stop by any Friday, Saturday, and Sunday between 11am and 4pm to come in and enjoy our current exhibit while on your way biking through beautiful Trent Hills. Exhibits can take fifteen minutes to half an hour to fully enjoy.
Visit the Art Gallery of Burlington, Burlington’s home of inspiration nestled next to Lake Ontario in the heart of Burlington Ontario. We are truly a centre for art, supporting artists, staging exhibitions, nurturing a nationally and internationally recognized ceramic collection, and serving the community. From its early foundation, the AGB has become home to a permanent collection of ceramics, vigorously acquired since1983. The AGB’s Permanent Collection of Contemporary Canadian Ceramics has achieved international recognition and is the largest such collection in Canada. It continues to grow in size and artistic depth. The AGB also boasts a beautiful conservatory, outdoor courtyard, a café and the Art Etc Gallery Shop, which is your best choice when shopping for hand-crafted, Canadian jewellery, fine glass, ceramics, wearable art, and fine art.
As part of this ‘Designated Artisan Community’ known as ‘The Village of Warkworth’, we offer one-of-a-kind pieces of fine craft and original art, and have established Cheeky Bee as one of Eastern Ontario’s finest galleries, featuring over 150 artists & craftspeople from across North America. Visit our bicycle friendly community with its designated community bike rack. We offer access to washrooms, rest area and a place to fill up your water bottle. We have local cycling information available and are always welcoming to cyclists.
The Chimczuk Museum is a premier museum destination that houses permanent exhibits on the history of the Windsor area, the Original People’s Culture and Legacy, and the development of The City of Windsor. The site also features a state-of-the-art Children’s Gallery and Learning Space with opportunities for hands-on exploration for our young and young at heart, two galleries for travelling and temporary exhibitions, and a gift shop with fantastic souvenirs for guests of all ages.
B&B in heritage home Millbrook. Locked Storage, home cooked breakfast with fresh eggs from the B&Bs own chickens. Heated Swimming pool, old fashioned soaker tub and shower and comfy beds. Hiking trails attached to property.
Gallery M is an art gallery full of original local art in many different media providing a rich cultural experience.
You will find a wide range of original art and hand created wares including jewellery, pottery, glass, wood and fibre arts
Martello Alley is an art themed historic alley in downtown Kingston. Representing numerous artists, Martello Alley is a gallery where you can find original and printed artwork as well a place to meet the artists and see their work in progress. We are an artist collective with a common interest in bringing great art at a great value to residents and visitors to Kingston in a fun a friendly atmosphere. We are located at 203 B Wellington Street, Kingston, Ontario. We are just north/east of Princess Street Martello Alley is the only one of its kind in Ontario. Recently filmed by the Ontario Tourism Board it will be featured in advertisements in Autumn 2015. Everyone working in the Alley is a participating artist. You can meet the artists on site and have a coffee with us while checking out some amazing works of art. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. The alley leads to a beautiful courtyard with charming artistic accents. There is a gallery of original art work at the end of the courtyard that still has the original limestone walls proudly displaying our work. The artists are on site from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm daily, including Sunday
Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre, located in historic downtown Meaford, is a beautifully restored and renovated century old landmark. Formerly known as the Opera House, Meaford Hall is just a stone’s throw from Georgian Bay and adjacent to all amenities in an area well-known for its year-round attractions. As a four season venue, Meaford Hall plays host to a variety of events including live theatre, music, films, dance and entertainment as well as community, corporate and social events. The newly-restored Meaford Hall has state-of-the-art staging, an intimate Edwardian Opera House with theatre balcony, two large light-filled gallery/reception halls, meeting room with landscaped terrace, a boardroom and full kitchen and bar facilities. The brand new east wing houses the Box Office, elevator, coat check, dressing rooms and an expanded Green Room. An art gallery features a rotation of exhibitions throughout the year. Stop by and have a look, perhaps buy a painting to pick up later!
The Mississippi Valley Textile Museum is a National Trust Resilient Historic Places Winner, and Canada’s industrial textile history museum. We interpret the history of the woollen textile industry in the Mississippi River Valley, and the effects it had on the social, cultural and industrial development of the region. We also provide exhibits and education on fibre arts and a centre for the study of industrial textiles, while preserving our historic building and artifacts. We acknowledge that this sacred land on which Mississippi Mills is now located has been a site of human activity for over 10,000 years and is rich in Indigenous history. This land is the ancestral and unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation. We are grateful to the Algonquin ancestors who cared for the land and water in order that we might meet here today.
See Canada’s visual arts treasures within the lively Ottawa ByWard Market. Discover the remarkable stories that have shaped this country in our completely reinvented Canadian and Indigenous Galleries. Love photography? You won’t want to miss the Gallery’s new Canadian Photography Institute. If the great masters are more your style, the Gallery is your destination for the country’s finest collection of European art. In addition to our exquisite national collection, during any visit you can take in world-class special exhibitions and engaging activities for all ages. Come celebrate creativity at one of Canada’s most impressive landmarks.
Perivale Gallery has welcomed cyclists for many years. Drawn to scenic Perivale Road East, as it winds around the beautiful southeastern shore of Lake Kagawong , our visiting cyclists enjoy our facilities and the park-like setting of the gallery, set beneath majestic trees, midst beautiful gardens and shaded seating areas. Perfect for a picnic! A must -see destination for any art lover, Perivale Gallery offers a feast for all the senses. Representing and promoting a diverse group of exceptional contemporary Ontario fine artists, sculptors and artisans for over 31 years, this eclectic exhibition of original work in a variety of media and styles, is ever-changing and evolving and worth several visits over the season. Open weekends from the May holiday until mid June, then daily (10-5) until mid-September. Our friendly, knowledgeable and bilingual staff looks forward to your visit. Let art enrich your life. Follow Perivale Road East from Spring Bay.
“Home of the GIANT Robots! Primitive Designs is the #1 tourist attraction in Port Hope, Ontario! Importing exotic and unique arts and crafts from around the world! Live edge slabs, Tiki Bars, indoor and outdoor décor, handicrafts, one-of-a-kind art – and don’t forget Giant Robots, 3 Headed Dragons, Crocodiles, and MORE made entirely from recycled motor vehicle parts! Over 2 acres of space to explore! Courtyards, outdoor displays, and a two-story warehouse! Primitive Designs will blow your minds! Tuesday-Sunday 9 am-5 pm, open until December 24th!”
“…Post-nature industrial, transparent layers of coloured light, Frank Lloyd Wright through the back door,” says eco-artist Vanessa Pandos, describing the work she creates at her studio, situated in Hillier wine country. Using time-honoured stained glass techniques, Vanessa incorporates recycled and antique glass, found objects and wine accoutrement into contemporary glass panels and three-dimensional sculptures. Her focus on the unique relationship between glass and light gives her work an airy dynamic feel. “What draws me to glass is the medium’s interaction with light, and my interaction with glass is an ongoing exploration of the tangibility of light.” Open year-round. Please telephone for seasonal hours. «…du genre post-nature industriel, avec des couches translucides de couleurs lumineuses, c’est du Frank Lloyd Wright côté jardin» ce sont les termes que l’artiste écolo Vanessa Pandos utilise pour décrire les pièces qu’elle crée dans son studio situé dans la région viticole de Hillier. Au moyen des techniques traditionnelles du vitrail, Vanessa incorpore le verre antique au verre recyclé, mêlant les objets trouvés et des articles viticoles dans ses panneaux de verre contemporains et ses sculptures tridimensionnelles. Son étude sur le jeu unique du verre et de la lumière confère à ses oeuvres un dynamisme vaporeux. «Ce qui m’attire dans le verre, c’est le jeu de la lumière – mon interaction avec le verre est une exploration continuelle de la tangibilité de la lumière.» Ouvert toute l’année. Veuillez composer le numéro indiqué plus bas pour connaître l’horaire de la saison. 1244 County rd. 2, 6 km north of Wellington/6 km au nord de Wellington 613.399.1066 | www.facebook.com/shatteredpec; www.artsonmaingallery.ca; www.artstrail.ca/shattered
The Hintonburg Public House located at 1020 Wellington Street West in Ottawa is somewhere everyone feels welcome to enjoy high quality micro brews, wine and food at an affordable price.
The menu is an exciting rendition of traditional pub fare and comfort food all made in house from scratch using local ingredients.
With a cozy atmosphere, up beat music and easy going staff the HPH is the type of place you will feel right at home.
The McMichael Canadian Art Collection offers its visitors a unique experience. From the art on its walls to the surrounding landscape, the McMichael provides an introduction to Canada’s art, art making and artists.
The McMichael gallery is located in the village of Kleinburg, just minutes north of Toronto. Beyond the signature fieldstone gates, you will find outdoor art, four floors of gallery and program space, including the Library and Archives, and the Gallery Shop – all surrounded by 100 acres of beautiful conservation land which you can explore through a network of paths and trails.
Secure bike parking is available, as well as access to restrooms and areas to rest.
The Southampton Art Gallery is excited to enter their 18th year showcasing the finest regional and local talent right in the heart of downtown Southampton! Find us by looking for the “Gateway to the Arts Archway” behind Southampton`s historic town hall and you’ll know you’ve arrived.
Open year round and FREE ADMISSION, browse through the gallery, experience contemporary art exhibits and enjoy our “Signature Art Events” all emphasizing HANDMADE works of Art. Find that unique one-of-a-kind work of art for your home, enjoy a relaxing afternoon taking in creativity, and find a treasured gift to remind you of your experience in Southampton!
Since 1957, Southampton has been Bruce County’s destination of choice for artists, students and visitors interested in the appreciation, study and enjoyment of the Arts. The Southampton Art School is one of the oldest, most respected Art Schools in Ontario, with classes running in the spring, summer and fall months. The School has enriched the lives and enhanced the skills of thousand of students for the past 60 years.
Located a half-block from the banks of the Sydenham River, the Wallaceburg and District Museum (WDM) occupies the former Wallaceburg Hydro building at 505 King Street. The museum was founded by the Wallaceburg Historical Society and has continued under the group’s devoted operation since its official opening on June 29, 1984.
The Museum’s mission is to document, collect, preserve, and research the history of Wallaceburg and its district for the purposes of interpreting this history through education services and exhibits for our contemporary society, and passing intact its material culture to future generations.
The Museum offers tours, education programs and summer camps, frequent special events, and rental opportunities. It also features a multitude of artifacts displayed across numerous exhibits, chronicling Wallaceburg’s history from the arrival of Lord Selkirk’s Baldoon settlers in 1804 to the town’s recent past and the community’s rich industrial heritage. Highlights include our Sports Hall of Fame, the Baldoon Mystery Room, the Lee-Enfield rifle showcase, and an impressive collection of hand-blown glass artifacts, including folk art “whimsies”, on display in our Glass Gallery.
Yours Outdoors offers distinctive learning vacations and outdoor adventures that explore the rich natural and cultural heritage of Haliburton County. Yours Outdoors packages are original, engaging, enlightening, and will connect you with communities and the great outdoors.
We offer three unique “Pedal Your Arts” cycling tours. You will visit the studios of Haliburton County artists while enjoying the beauty of the Highlands from your bike. With experienced local guides, these fully supported cycling tour will take you on a breathtaking (literally!) adventure along scenic back roads and through small villages and hamlets. We’ll stop regularly to visit local art studios to spend some quality time with the artist. Original works of art will be on display for show and sale. We’ll also take some time to explore natural and cultural features along the way. A tasty lunch is provided. The tours are 12k, 35k, and 55k in length