The Arbor Gallery Cultural Center is located in the historic Higginson house built by William Higginson in 1856. In addition to viewing a current exhibition of contemporary art, you can see a grand proscenium arch spanning the living room; original 12 inch wide red pine plank floors and an abundance of wide profiled mouldings and baseboards grace the gallery.
- This is the second home built by William Higginson, in 1856. Where the first home was built, is unknown…
- The gallery is situated on Indigenous land and is “operating on unceded Algonquin, Anishinabek territory”.