The Osprey Arts Center
, a 167-seat theatre and art gallery, brings theatre, dance, music (including orpera!) and select cinema to Shelburne. Performances are balanced between local artists and well-known provincial and national artists. Shelburne is home to five museums
and the Capitol Theatre
, a movie theatre showing first run films since it was built in 1916.
Shelburne's twelve restaurants
, ranging from fine dining to fast food, offer local seafood specialties and international cuisine served by friendly staff.