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Tillsonburg Station Arts is a treasure - there's no doubt. There's something for everyone here, regardless of age. The front room has a variety or art works to grace your walls, the Baggage room has so many ideas for presents that are just perfect for...More
If you have a loved one who was interested in the arts this is a great place to hold a funeral luncheon. The staff is fantastic, there is plenty of space. You need to have it catered because they do not provide food but there...More
Station Arts Centre is housed in two historic train stations. It is home to arts and crafts groups - painting, pottery, photography, fibre arts, miniaturists, two display galleries and a gift shop, Station Arts offers a wide range of art classes, childrens programs and special...More
Great time visiting a photo session last week. My boyfriend and myself had some 70 pictures taken and got to pick out from a computer stick which ones we wanted and took them over to Cowards Drug Pharmacy to be developed and the quality of...More
Tillsonburg is host of the Station Arts Centre, which is unparalleled to other art centres... there is so much interesting historical data about Tillsonburg and this part of South-Western Ontario, that makes this a "must-see" attraction!!!
A trip to Tillsonburg can not have success unless you stop and see the historical train station once inside you will be amazed at the variety of artisans that have there articles for sale in the baggage room and the art on display in the...More
The station arts center is a wonderful place to learn about the history of Tillsonburg. It also has many ideas of things to do in the surrounding areas. Pick up your walking trail guide & other things & attractions to see & do. It's also...More
The station is an historic part of Tillsonburg's past and has been repurpassed to house the work of local artisans. Not only is it a delight to see this historic building restored, but also to visit inside and tour the building. From spring to fall,...More