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The McMichael Canadian Art Collection (MCAC) is an art museum in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. The McMichael Canadian Art Collection i...
The McMichael Canadian Art Collection (MCAC) is an art museum in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is uniquely situated along the Carrying Place Trail which historically provided an integral connection for Indigenous people between Ontario’s Lakeshore and the Lake Simcoe-Georgian Bay Region.
The McMichael Canadian Art Collection offers fantastic art programs and activities for children. Their Children & Youth Programs are specifically designed by leading art educators to engage children, youth, and teens of various ages and encourage skill development while cultivating art appreciation.These programs explore various themes and art mediums, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, and more.
During the summer months, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection also runs Summer Camps for children. These camps offer a classic all-Canadian art camp experience for children with a perfect blend of outdoor fresh air and trails along the Humber River Valley.
In addition, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection provides an Artventure online program. They offer a range of online art classes and activities for kids and their families, including Paint by Nature, Portraying a Tree, My Favourite Season, Colorful Creatures, Fantastic Flowers, and more.
Beyond these programs, families can visit the McMichael Canadian Art Collection to enjoy views of the beautiful surrounding landscape and creative exhibitions. The museum's permanent collection includes works by the Group of Seven and their contemporaries, as well as Indigenous Canadian art.
With over 100 acres of stunning woodland, our grounds have kilometres of trails perfect for hikers, naturalists, walkers and mountain bikers. The paths wind their way through natural stands of maple, oak and pine, alongside the Humber River to Binder Twine Park. Some of trails are wheelchair accessible – feel free to view our accessibility page or contact us for more information
Pricing & Offers
25 and under
Children (5 and under)
Seniors (65 and up)
Indigenous Peoples (including First Nations, Inuit and Métis)