The Markham Theatre presents award-winning, professional entertainment, educational programs and the celebration of Canadian talent.
Enjoy great live entertainment. Attend any one of the outstanding performances in the stellar lineup of shows at the Theatre during the Professional Entertainment Season featured annually from October through April.
Join us and watch the art of entertainment unfold right here in Markham.
For information on upcoming shows and programs, call 905-305-SHOW (7469) or visit www.markhamtheatre.ca. Online ticket sales available.
Markham Theatre is located at 171 Town Centre Boulevard (northeast corner of Highway 7 and Warden Avenue).
Located at 216 Main Street, in historic Unionville, the Varley Gallery is named after F.H. Varley, founding Group of Seven member and one of Canada's greatest portraits artists. It is recognized as a leading gallery of Canada for its quality and innovations in its exhibitions.
The gallery offers a broad range of family programs, high quality studio art courses and lectures. In addition, it provides curriculum-based in-house and outreach school programs. The Varley also operates the McKay Art Centre, an 1845 heritage home where Fred Varley lived for 13 years. Art classes and community art shows are offered year round.
For more information call 905-477-9511 ext. 221 or visit www.varleygallery.ca for the latest course listings and what's on.
The Markham Museum offers a fascinating journey into the past on 25 acres of parkland, but it isn't all about history. There are travelling exhibits about international history, science and the arts. Visit the working gardens and orchard that are used for plant and wildlife investigations. Our programs and exhibits examine various aspects of life in Markham and focus on history, the environment and agricultural technologies. Our events and exhibits honour the many immigrant groups that make Markham home, and also celebrate the agricultural roots of the community.
See mills, re-created businesses and family homes. Enjoy a personal tour and then stroll the village. Bring a picnic or pick up food at one of our many local establishments and find a quiet spot to unwind. Customized tours are available for families with young children except on special event days.
The Museum is located at 9350 Highway 48, 2 km north of Highway 7 on the west side.
For more information please call the museum at 905-294-4576 or visit www.markhammuseum.ca.