Leisure and Culture
Stone Carving – John Fathom studio in the Hilton Hotel.
Audain Art Museum – Established in 2016.
Swimming pool, rink and gym at Meadow Park Sports Center – Meadow Park Sports Centre is a large world-class, award-winning multi-purpose recreational facility. Whether you’re a family, senior, athlete, or you simply want to explore on your own, you’ll find many ways to play and stay active.
Farmers’ Market – Made in Whistler – 50 vendors per market including farms, a variety of hot and artisan foods, cold drinks, liquor and a wide range of artistic creators. There’s plenty of fabulous finds to keep your inner artisan satisfied.
Squamish-Lit-Wat Cultural Centre – Learn about the traditions of the First Nations through their songs and stories. Gather round a hand-carved journey canoe and marvel at the craftsmanship. Discover how hot rocks and steam were used to strengthen these magnificent boats. Taste delicious First Nations-inspired cuisine at the Thunderbird Café.
Whistler Public Library is a nice place to hang out, read a magazine, use a computer.
Whistler Museum – Learn about Whistler’s history from wilderness to world-class resort.
Whistler Village Cinema
On Mountain Dining – You can meet up with your gang at Christine’s on Blackcomb Mountain or Steeps on Whistler Mountain.
Lunch Tour – Guests will enjoy a delicious multi-course lunch while visiting some of the best local lunch spots and indulge a sweet tooth at a couple of chocolate shops.
Buy a book – Armchair books is located in the village square.
Fairmont Chateau Whistler – You could easily spend all day at the castle. The spa gives access to the health club and pool. Enjoy a cozy lounge, shops and galleries.
Artist Workshops – Check online for any drop-in art classes and a calendar of events.