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The Museum at the Leighton Art Centre is located in the last residence of A.C. and Barbara Leighton. Now a provincially designated Historic Resource, this unique Arts and Crafts inspired home was designed by A.C. Leighton in the 1950s and boasts some of the most breathtaking mountain views in Southern Alberta.
Open to the public year round, the Museum exhibits works from our extensive collection of fine art, craft, furniture, and artifacts owned and created by A.C. and Barbara Leighton.
The LAC strives to collect, preserve, exhibit and research artifacts, artworks and records created by, or related to A.C. Leighton, Barbara Leighton, and the development of the Leighton Art Centre.
The Museum at the Leighton Art Centre is home to an extensive collection of art, artifacts, and archival material relating to A.C. and Barbara Leighton. The collection includes a diverse range of material and continues to grow with the support of the Ann Harp Fund.
Visit our online gallery featuring highlights from the collection. Explore over 300 works of art thanks to the generosity of the Alberta Museums Association and volunteer photographer Owen Melenka.