Mar 27

12 Places to Discover the Fraser Valley Art Scene

The Fraser Valley is bursting with arts and culture! From murals draped through downtown cores to detailed carvings plotted along street corners, you’ll find a vast array of interesting pieces in each community.  Check out our list below for some inspiration to get you started!

Ruby Creek Art Gallery | 58611A Lougheed Highway, Hope

Artist: Jerry Chapman

Chilliwack Art Trail | Multiple locations, Chilliwack

Sculpture designed by Squiala First Nation Chief David Jimmie and Bonny Graham, Coast Salish artist, in consultation with the Stó:lō Nation Chiefs Council and Ts’elxwéyeqw Tribe.

Gallery 202 | 202 – 33072 1st Avenue, Mission

Hope Art Walk | Multiple locations, Hope


Ranger Station Art Gallery | 98 Rockwell Drive, Harrison

Artist: Rosa Quintana Lillo

The Reach Gallery Museum | 32388 Veterans Way, Abbotsford

Xay teluk, carved by Salish artist Stan Greene and Tsimshian artist Reynold Collins.

Fort Gallery | 9048 Glover Road, Langley

Sikh Heritage Museum | 33089 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford

CanWest Art Gallery | Unit C – 160 Esplanade Avenue, Harrison

The KUBE Gallery | 23295 Mavis Avenue, Langley

Artist: Richard McDiarmid

Chilliwack Cultural Centre | 9201 Corbould Street, Chilliwack

Artist: Jim Unger

There is something very special about celebrating art that has been handcrafted by a local artisan. We hope you’ve been inspired to add one of these galleries, trails or tours to your list when planning your next trip to the Fraser Valley. Don’t forget to tag us @thefraservalley or #TheFraserValley, we love to see your adventures!