For over 30 years the Serpent River Trading Post has been a destination for travellers along the Trans Canada Highway in Northern Ontario. The Trading Post has expanded from the small store on the East wing of the building to a beautiful, stunning, log building that will surely catch your eye.

Making your way inside the Trading Post, you are greeted by a beautiful stone fireplace surrounded by native art and a Birchbark Canoe handmade by members of the Serpent River First Nation Community hanging from the rafters.

As you walk past the Economic Development Corporation office and the beautiful wooden staircase leading to Nogdawindamin Family and Community Services, you will find yourself surrounded by Native Art. From Norval Morrisseau and Richard Bedwash, to local artists such as William Moore and Linda Helin, the Art Gallery has a wide range of art

Over the last few years the Serpent River First Nation Trading Post and Art Gallery has worked on cataloging its 60,000 piece art collection, which includes Aboriginal art, Chinese art, various prints, Canadian art and much, much more. The SRFN Trading Post and Art Gallery invites all to visit the gallery and its largest collection in Northern Ontario.

Continue down the ramp into the gift shop where you will be greeted by the very friendly, knowledgeable Trading Post staff. They will answer all of your questions and surely make your time at the Trading Post memorable.

SRFN Trading Post/Art Galley

479 hwy 17 W, Cutler, ON P0P 1B0

Miles Reid - Retail Operations Manager,

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The SRFN Trading Post and Art Gallery is owned by Serpent River First Nation and is currently being operated by the Serpent River First Nation Economic Development Corporation.

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Trading Post Entrance