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Station Arts Centre

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exterior of historic Station Arts Centre

The Station Arts Centre is made up of two historic train stations. This unique facility offers creative arts programs for children and adults, as well as gallery and exhibition space.

The Station also hosts the Tillsonburg Farmer's Market.

History

The Great Western Railway Station was built in 1879 and is located on its original site. Restoration started in 1982 by the Tillsonburg District Craft Guild. The Tillsonburg Lake Erie & Pacific C.P. Station was moved to an adjacent property in 1994 from its original location on King Street.

Facility highlights:

  • Pottery studio
  • Tourist information centre
  • Artisan Gift Shop
  • 2 Classrooms
  • 2 Galleries

Programs

Learn more about current programming at the Station Arts website.

Contact(s)