Port Moody: City of the Arts. Here, art is accessible, and integrated with the environment. You’ll find art in a variety of forms, and in a variety of places, from natural settings like parks and pathways to urban spaces like civic buildings and SkyTrain stations.
Put on your walking shoes, grab our heritage and public art map, and start exploring! Get to know the city’s unique neighbourhoods as you discover heritage properties and public art pieces.
Don’t miss the Port Moody Station Museum, located in the city’s 1908 Canadian Pacific Railway station, and the Port Moody Arts Centre, located in the Old City Hall (built in 1913) and the Centennial Appleyard House (completed in 1910).
Looking for a festival or special event where there’s sure to be great food and fun entertainment? Check out our arts and culture calendars to find out about events and celebrations happening around town, as well as upcoming film screenings and performances at Inlet Theatre. Fingerling Festival, Canada Day celebrations, Golden Spike Days, RibFest, Summer Sunday Concerts, Ioco Ghost Town Day – there are so many ways to experience what Port Moody has to offer. You’ll also find unique events for all ages at the Port Moody Public Library.