Comox Archives and Museum is now open to the public Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from noon to 4pm. Please come in and visit!
John Hadfield, senior and junior, visiting the Comox Museum to view the exhibit on their family home. Click to view the video: Hadfield Visit
The museum is currently open by appointment. Phone or email to book. We will be opening to the general public soon.
Remembrance Day exhibit at the Comox Museum showing Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Korean War uniform worn by Neil Deck and W.W.2 British Women’s Land Army great coat worn by Jean McLeod (KIng) whose story was featured in the book ‘Blackouts to Bright Lights.’
MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard and staff person Barbara Price with new 2020 Summer Magic Heritage Fashions, courtesy of Linda Hargreaves of Cumberland, and part of Sydney Burnaby Wood ‘Dusty’ d’Esterre’s mother’s china animal figurines, on loan from the Courtenay and District Museum.
The Museum's new Lorne Hotel Collage which was made and donated by Terrie Anderson. Pictured with the Collage is Dona Cameron (nee. Cliffe), the great granddaughter of Florence and Samuel Cliffe who owned and ran the Lorne Hotel from 1883 to 1912.
Terri Anderson creating the Lorne Hotel Collage in her studio.