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The Gibson Gallery is housed in Amherstburg’s historic (1896) railroad station.  The Gallery Board in partnership with the Ontario Trillium Foundation have used funds earned at Art by the River to restore and maintain this beautiful Romanesque style building.

     The Gibson Gallery promotes appreciation of Arts and Crafts in Amherstburg.  The Gallery’s season features exhibits by local artists, photographers, stitchers as well as  travelling exhibits and annual student exhibits.  Holiday Art at the Gallery is our final event of the season.
     Art and craft classes for adults and children are taught throughout the year and the Gallery is home to needlework, stitchery and quilting guilds.

     The Gallery, a registered charitable non-profit organization, is open to the public free of charge (except for special exhibitions) and is entirely operated and maintained by a volunteer Board and and Gallery members.

Gallery Hours:  11:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Gallery is open Thursday to Sunday

In June days open are extended to Tuesday - Sunday

July and August we are open every day


(mid)December through February     Closed

By appointment please call 519-736-2826 or
email us

        - Admission is free-donations are appreciated 
        - Free parking
        - Wheelchair accessible (except historic caboose at rear)
        - Washroom accessible
        - Fully climate controlled (incl. A/C)
        - Picnic table area outside

        - Walking distance to restaurants & dining

For further information, please email the Gallery


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Welcome to the Gibson Gallery!
The Gibson Gallery is located in the heart of downtown
historic Amherstburg. Close to all amenities and other
attractions, we are located a half a block east of
Sandwich Street on Richmond street. 
Look for our "OPEN" flag by the road and
stop in to see us!