The Town of Midland is a Cultural Hub. Performing art centres, galleries and museums provide year-round attraction to residents and visitors.
The Midland Cultural Centre features programing that combines visual arts, performing arts, community programing and culinary arts. It’s a multi-purpose facility that accommodates everything from live concerts, to art exhibits, community theatre productions, lectures and workshops. The MCC also has a licensed restaurant.

For art lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, the Murals of Midland are one of Ontario’s largest and most beautiful outdoor galleries. With over 30 detailed paintings including the largest outdoor mural in North America, you can experience this popular attraction at the foot of downtown Midland.

The Huronia Museum, located in Midland features a replica of a Huron/Ouendat village as well as an exhibit gallery containing thousands of historic artifacts including photographs, native archeology and paintings by members of the Group of Seven among others.