The Arts Trail on 21 is a collaborative endeavor promoting the fine arts community along Highway 21 in Ontario’s West Coast.

We encourage tourists and residents to visit these cultural destinations that include handmade art in many forms, public art installations, workshops, classes and many events.

Enjoy Ontario, and all that it has to offer in the arts, and plan a drive along the Arts Trail on 21!

Take advantage of the new Ontario Staycation Tax Credit for Ontario residents to claim expenses for vacations taken between January 1-December 31, 2022 in Ontario (maximum of $1,000 for an individual and $2,000 for a family.)

Create your own self-guide and explore galleries, art schools, co-ops, and diverse artistic talent. Roll over each spot on the map to see more details or use the expanding section below the map to read more (better for Cell phones)

Tom Thomson Art Gallery

Tom Thomson Art Gallery is committed to being an open landscape for the exploration of art. The Gallery has a nationally significant collection of over 2600 artworks which provide important opportunities for new research, dialogue, and curation.

Georgian Bay Centre for the Arts

GB Arts is a main street Creative Hub, offering art and craft classes for adults and children. A variety of users, professional and amateur, have access to this open concept space and its specialized tools and equipment, encouraging collaboration and skills development.

938 2nd Avenue East, Owen Sound, ON N4K 2H6

Southampton Arts is a Non-profi t Arts Organization located in the heart of downtown Southampton. Our gallery features more than 50 talented local artists, working in a variety of mediums, whose works we are proud to share with the community and visitors!

201 High Street, Southampton, ON N0H 2L0

519 797 5069

The Victoria Park Gallery and Gift Shop

The Victoria Park Gallery and Gift Shop is located in downtown Kincardine on the beautiful shores of Lake Huron. We feature original artwork and gifts by local artists and artisans and feature a guest artist monthly.

707 Queen Street, Kincardine, ON N2Z 1Z9

519 396 6699

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Grubby Paws Art Studio

Grubby Paws Art Studio is a clay studio and shop at the back of a historic Kincardine home. Artists Jane Rigby and Antje Martens-Oberwelland are creating in the basement studio and showing their art a few steps up at the shop.

737 Princes Street, Kincardine, ON N2Z 2Y8

Little Blue House Coffee Co. & Gallery

Little Blue House Coffee Co. is Tiverton’s community hub. Join us for locally roasted and brewed coffee, ice cream, baked goods, art and more!

42 Main Street, Tiverton, ON N0G 2T0

226 990 0200

The Goderich Co-op Gallery, established in May 2002, operates as a cooperative. Currently, we have a combination of over 30 members & consignees and carry a wide array of original art pieces – including, but not limited to, painting, photography, fibre arts, pottery and stained glass.

54 Court House Square, Lower Level
Goderich, ON N7A 1M5

519 440 0523

The Bayfi eld Centre For The Arts (BCA) is devoted to enriching lives through the creation and appreciation of visual arts. Building on the lakeside ambiance and creative heritage of Bayfi eld, BCA is a portal, opening opportunities for people of all ages to explore their often hidden creative side and to discover the magic of visual arts

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A registered charity working to develop an appreciation and understanding for art by developing and providing art programming for all ages and abilities, we also produce arts events such as the annual Paint Ontario show, festivals, outdoor art installations and more.

519 238 1155

Sunset Arts Gallery

Sunset Arts is a cooperative art gallery featuring work by local artists inspired by the beauty of Lake Huron. Open from May to December, we welcome you to browse the gallery and meet the artist on duty.

63 River Road, Grand Bend, ON N0M 1T0

226 984 1107

We acknowledge that we are on the traditional lands of the Ojibwa Chippewa of the Anishnaabe group of Indigenous peoples. Counties along the Lake Huron

shoreline are on territory that is covered by Crown Treaty Number 29, known as the Huron Tract Purchase of 1827. As a community, we have the responsibility for the stewardship of the land on which we live and work. We recognize and deeply appreciate the Indigenous historic connection to this place and the agreement with the Crown of Canada to peaceably share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes.

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