Visit the Comox Museum and explore what the museum offers regarding the history of Comox.

There are many displays that show Comox from its early inception through to present day, including a K’omox First Nation component.

There is an area dedicated permanently to the 102nd Battalion that is very engaging and honors the Battalion’s sacrifices during WWl.

The museum now has a Museum Shop which has books, cards and other gift ideas for sale at competitive prices.



The Comox Archives and Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 12 to 4 PM.

The museum displays continue to change as the exhibit area evolves. Viewing the video below will give you a sense of how the museum looked a few years ago, with some features remaining the same. Enjoy!




As of June 2023 the museum lighting has been upgraded to warm LED track lighting and four moveable wooden display walls have been added.

To donate to the ongoing work of the Comox Archives and Museum Society, please visit .  Thank you!




The Comox Archives and Museum respectfully acknowledges that the land we gather on is the Unceded Traditional Territory of the K’omoks First Nation, the traditional keepers of the land.