Arts, Culture & History
Abbotsford is a city rich in talent, culture and history, and welcomes you. While you check out all the museums, galleries, artisans & live theatre. We are also home to more than 60 public artworks. From benches to murals and sculptures, the public art in the City reflects who we are and celebrates ideas, events, cultures, and the heritage.
Our theatre and dance calendar is complimented by a variety of cultural and commercial events throughout the year. Community clients include schools, local performing companies, and touring productions.
Located at the Gur Sikh Temple historic site this museum commemorates the Sikh beliefs, traditions and heritage.
The Abbotsford Sports Hall of Fame is a permanent tribute honouring Abbotsford's outstanding athletes, teams and builders of sport. Located at The Legacy Sport Centre, Abbotsford Exhibition Park.
Visit our shop and showroom and see copper and iron art for the home and garden. Fountains, wall hangings, sculptures and more. Spring 2018: Hours are 10am to 4pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Clayburn is a unique, secluded little village situated in the shelter of the west side of Sumas Mountain. The Village and brick plant were founded in 1905 by Charles Maclure, son of John Maclure, a former Royal Engineer who settled on a government land grant two kilometres west of Clayburn.
Dianna Ponting is an international artist and pastel instructor with students and patrons sprinkled throughout the world.
Our performances include full musical productions of broadway shows, Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, stage plays, variety nights, vocal concerts and school educational programs.
Come join us for an event of live music with our very talented musicians and a extremely talented conductor.