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Helen's Gallery in Muskoka

Nestled in the heart of Muskoka on an 80-acre rural property, you'll find a 1,200 square foot art gallery full of inspiration and beauty. The gallery has been described by guests as surprisingly sophisticated, a hidden gem -- a barn with formal gardens outside, but open the doors to reveal a large, bright space more in keeping with what you might find in a city. The images that grace the walls are landscapes and wildlife captured in the area by professional photographer and full-time Muskoka resident, Helen E. Grose. Helen offers ready-to-hang canvasses and framed prints of all sizes, small matted prints, blank greeting cards, calendars, t-shirts & buffs. The space also doubles as a classroom where Helen teaches private lessons and photography workshops. The gallery is open to the public between April and December, with set hours, plus an opportunity to schedule your visit at a time convenient for you. Open by appointment only January to March.

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Helen in her Gallery 2020 4.jpg
Helen in her Gallery 2020 3.jpg

Things to note for your visit:

  1. This is a rural farm property -- the driveway is gravel and uneven in some areas. Use at your own risk.

  2. Hay is grown and may be stored on the property -- strictly no smoking allowed.

  3. We do not have livestock, and are pet friendly -- as long as your pet is friendly and good with other dogs.

  4. We have restroom facilities in an adjacent building.

  5. We ask that you respect our privacy and the privacy of others that use the property. Please do not wander to or around other areas and buildings without our express consent.

  6. We have general hours of operation, which are subject to change. We are also open to welcoming you in at other times when we're available to assist you. Please feel free to text (preferred) or call Helen at 705-801-6161 to request/book a special opening or last minute drop-in visit. If you have questions prior to your visit, please email Helen at info (at)

  7. WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY: The gallery is not designated wheelchair accessible; however, if you are able to move on gravel after exiting your vehicle, we can set up a ramp to get you in the door, which is one step up. The gallery itself is large and should be easy to navigate.

We respect everyone's preference regarding their own use of masks. We have hand sanitizer available and appreciate everyone using it - or their own supply - upon entry into the gallery. We ask that if you are unwell - with any virus - that you please visit us when you return to good health. We thank you for helping us ensure a safe and positive experience for everyone.​ 

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