Look beyond the slopes, and you’ll find that Whistler has a vibrant arts and culture scene. Duck into the Audain Art Museum to admire the art of British Columbia, from traditional works of the province’s First Peoples to its contemporary masters. The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre showcases the art, history, and culture of local First Nations communities, including traditions and practices from ancient times to modern day. Another standout, the Maury Young Arts Centre, features live music, theater performances, painting workshops, writing retreats, film screenings, and a speaker series. You can also get your dose of the visual arts by spending an afternoon gallery hopping through pedestrian-friendly Whistler Village.