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Vendors › Banff › Art Galleries & Museums

Art Galleries & Museums

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All in the Wild Gallery

105 Banff Ave, Banff

Find Jason Leo Bantle’s wildlife photos of animals like bears, Arctic foxes, eagles and wolves in store. Framed, matted or

Banff Park Museum National Historic Site

91 Banff Ave, Banff

Banff Park Museum National Historic Site is Western Canada’s oldest natural history museum. The rustic-elegant 1903 ‘railway pagoda style’ building

Buffalo Nations Museum

1 Birch Ave (next to Recreation Grounds), Banff

In a log ‘fortress’ beside the Bow River is Alberta’s oldest museum. Colourful life-size dioramas depict the traditional life and

Canada House Gallery

201 Bear St, Banff

Iconic Banff venue with friendly, informed gallerists. Original paintings, sculptures and jewellery by leading Canadian artists. The diversity of art

Canadian Ski Museum West

Cascade Shops, 317 Banff Ave, Banff

The museum presents Banff’s ski heritage and Canada’s great skiers with displays depicting Swiss mountain guides, gear evolution, backcountry lodges,

Carter-Ryan Gallery

229 Bear Street, Banff

The gallery showcases Aboriginal artist Jason Carter’s bold, colourful paintings and soapstone sculptures and is home to the best-selling WHO

Cave & Basin National Historic Site

311 Cave Ave, Banff

The place where three railway workers discovered thermal springs that led to the creation of Banff, Canada’s first national park,

Gingko and Ink Atelier

111 Banff Ave, Banff

The store sells handmade paper, journals, cards, photos, collages, mail art, origami, paper jewellery and gift wrap. Typewriters for card

Heritage Hall

Mezzanine 1, Fairmont Banff Springs, Banff

Established 1888, the Fairmont Banff Springs, known as ‘the Castle’ or ‘the Springs’, is an icon of Banff and a

Walter Phillips Gallery

Glyde Hall, Banff Centre, 107 Tunnel Mountain Dr, Banff

Canadian and international exhibitions explore contemporary art. See online for upcoming events. Admission by donation. Group tours can be arranged.

Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

111 Bear St, Banff

Encourages connection to Canadian Rockies art, culture and history through exhibits in four galleries as well as events, archives, library,

Willock & Sax Gallery

210 Bear St, Banff

Historic and contemporary western Canadian painters, sculptors, print makers, photographers and ceramic artists. New work by gallery artists; schedule online.
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