Up here, the past isn’t paved over, it’s preserved and restored, and the present is immortalized in every possible medium by a huge arts community.
Plan your art & history tour now.
What: A museum as distinctive as our past, housing full-sized, restored buildings like an 1850’s pioneer home and CPR station. They even cut in half, transported, then reassembled a church here.
Who: Sarah Robinson, Curator
What: End a special day in casual fun Headwaters style: Housed in a restored opera house, our professional theatre company helms sparkling comedies, musicals, and debuts by leading Canadian playwrights.
Who: David Nairn
What: Plan a long visit to this 4000-square-foot, multi- dealer antique market in a former apple barn, and bring home a piece of Headwaters. A popular spot for decor rentals for weddings and events.
Who: Annette & Phil Turturici
4. The Great War Flying Museum
What: Be surrounded by painstaking representations of World War I aircraft, as well as authentic artifacts and even a hangar. You can actually take flight in a replica British biplane.
Who: Natalie McHaffie
5. Ann Randeraad Pottery, Alton Mill Arts Centre
What: In a restored mill acclaimed as “Canada’s most beautiful arts centre,” this studio creates one-of-a-kind stoneware and raku pottery side-by-side with dozens of local artists, shops and more.
Who: Ann Randeraad