Comox Archives and Museum is now open to the public Thursday, Friday and Saturday, noon to 4pm.

Please come in and enjoy our exhibits.  You can also view our online exhibits on this site and and the take the video tour below.

Comox’s deep harbour opened up the Comox Valley to colonial settlement providing a lifeline for commerce and transportation. To discover more, visit the Comox Archives and Museum where history comes alive. Explore the evolution of the Comox area through photographs, documents and fascinating artifacts. Learn about the 102 Battalion – B.C.’s Warden’s Warriors – who trained at Goose Spit and shipped out from Comox Wharf to the horrors of World War 1. View heritage fashions on loan from the collection of Linda Hargreaves. There is always something to discover in our revolving exhibit.


To donate to the ongoing work of the Comox Archives and Museum Society, please visit https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/comox-archives-and-museum-society/ .  Thank you!


 


 

THANKS TO ALL OUR SPONSORS!

We respectfully acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional lands of the K’omoks First Nation Gila ‘kasla…Hay ch q’ a’