Arts & Culture
The Haliburton Highlands is a picturesque region and known for its stunning natural beauty, which often serves as inspiration for the local artistic community. It boasts a thriving arts scene, including galleries, studios, and craft shops, where you can explore a wide range of visual art, sculpture, and crafts created by talented local artists. In addition, the region hosts various cultural events, such as festivals, live musical performances, and workshops, providing a rich tapestry of cultural experiences.
Art in the Park Looking for a great year-round destination that is not weather dependent and shines in every season? You need to discover the Haliburton Sculpture Forest! Found in Glebe Park, just outside the Village of Haliburton and adjacent to the Haliburton School...
Art starts where Nature Ends Redwing Frond @ Haliburton Sculpture Forest ART, HISTORY & CULTURE COME ALIVE Nestled within this enchanting landscape are numerous indoor art galleries and historical museums that serve as windows to the past and portals to artistic...
Art Workshops & Classes Start creating in the Haliburton HighlandsRe-fuel your creative juices at art workshops & classes, and live-demonstrations by talented makers working with paint, metal, glass, clay, fibre, cardboard, and even music and theater....
Local Landmarks Will you be able to visit them all?A big red shoe, a TTC car, a giant logger: scattered around the Haliburton Highlands are an amazing collection of Local Landmarks. Some are so well known we use them daily; “Go past the train engine and across the...
With just about all activities curtailed by COVID-19, there is one thing people can still do outside while practicing social distancing – and that’s the Lapine Lap in Minden. The Lapine Lap is a scavenger hunt for murals that are scattered around Minden featuring...
It may be hard to imagine what Haliburton was like when lumbering was at its height, but what about Donald? Richard Donald came to Dysart around 1908 and set up operations for the Wood Products Company of Canada. By 1915, the operation had been taken over by the...
Haliburton Sculpture Forest
A unique outdoor collection of sculptures by Canadian and international artists. The trails in the Sculpture Forest—for walking and bike riding in spring, summer and fall and walking, snowshoeing and skiing in the winter—provide changing perspectives of the forest and the sculptures in each of the seasons.
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