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ARTs and culture
Art, music, theatre... you name it, Oshawa is a bit of a hot spot for Arts and Culture. Our intrepid editors have written a variety of articles to help you plan the perfect visit to Oshawa.
ARTS & CULTURE
Below is an ever-growing list of Oshawa Arts & Culture venues. Check back often as we're always updating this list. This list is in alphabetical order.
Club 717 is the LONGEST and ONLY designated LGBTQIA+ space in the Durham Region! 🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️
Featuring Drag Shows every Friday Night 😍
Open Thursday - Sunday 🗓
Canadian Automotive Museum
The Canadian Automotive Museum is home to the world's most significant collection of Canadian automobiles. Located in a former 1920s car dealership in historic downtown Oshawa, the museum is a family-friendly, year-round destination. Check out their website for a full schedule of walking tours, exhibits, guest talks and children's events.
Ontario Regiment (RCAC) Museum
The Ontario Regiment Museum houses the largest collection of operational historic military vehicles in Canada. The museum specializes in delivering immersive historical experiences. During events, visitors can see a selection of the museum's vehicles start their engines and roll onto the tank arena. The museum's largest annual event, Aquino Tank Weekend, is one of the largest military events in Canada, with a series of live battle re-enactments, exhibitors, and special guests offering the ultimate military historical experience.
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery
The RMG believes that art cultivates connected and caring communities. As an artist-centered and
community-oriented public art gallery in Durham Region, we bring people from diverse backgrounds
together to engage with art that inspires new perspectives, generates meaningful conversations, and
creates a sense of belonging.
Tribute Communities Centre
Durham Region’s premier sports & entertainment facility includes a full-service restaurant, private suites, club seating, and an Oshawa Generals retail store.
Whether it’s a big-name comedian such as Jerry Seinfeld, a world-class band like KISS or a massive production such as Cirque du Soleil, the Tribute Communities Centre provides world-class entertainment of all types to Oshawa and the Durham Region.
Parkwood National Historic Site
Parkwood National Historic Site was the home of Col. Samuel McLaughlin, founder of GM Canada. Today Parkwood is a Museum, Event Space, Giftshop and Community Hub within the city of Oshawa.
Everyone in the community is encouraged to stop by and walk our free 11 acres of property, stop in and shop in our giftshop, Take a tour of the mansion or book an event online for one of our many events throughout the year!
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