With North America's largest ski resort as well as hiking, biking, and golf, Whistler is a natural outdoor playground. But it’s worth seeking out its cultural attractions too. One of the most unique is the award-winning Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre, dedicated to the history and culture of local First Nations. Explore the interpretive center, try your hand at traditional crafts, browse the contemporary gallery, and dine in the indigenous-inspired Thunderbird Café, featuring traditional ingredients like salmon and venison. For a more sweeping survey of British Columbian art, head to the Audain Art Museum, a recent addition to the scene in Whistler. Four Seasons is doing its part to support local talents by featuring their works throughout the resort.