Museums & Galleries

Classic or contemporary, art is abundant in Abbotsford. Visit one of our unique local galleries, or simply enjoy an outdoor mural as you wander the streets!

Located at the Gur Sikh Temple historic site this museum commemorates the Sikh beliefs, traditions and heritage. Open: Monday - Friday, 10am to 4pm
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.
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.
The Kariton Art Gallery is home to constantly changing art exhibitions by Fraser Valley artists. The gallery also has an Arts Boutique on site where visitors purchase one of a kind hand-crafted works of art, from jewellery to woodwork by Fraser Valley artists.
The Mennonite story is one of an enduring Christian faith throughout an often tumultuous history. Come visit the Mennonite Heritage Museum and discover the story of the Mennonites over 500 years. Check website for hours.
The Metzger Collection is a museum featuring replicas of artifacts and artwork that span the whole of human history - from prehistory through to the modern period. The Collection especially highlights the history concurrent with the biblical story. Open 11 am - 4 pm, Wednesday & Friday, or by appointment.
A state of the art Gallery and Museum. Weekly, drop-in, 30 minute guided tours are FREE to the public. Museum Tours: Every Tuesday at 12 pm. Art Gallery Tours: Every Thursday at 12 pm and 2 pm.
This Arts and Crafts House built in 1925 for baron, J.O. Trethewey has been restored for visitors. In this park like setting, the site features period gardens, a heritage habitat garden and access to Mill Lake. By appointment only: 1pm - 5pm - Monday to Friday



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