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Qualicum Beach Museum

Phone:250-752-5533
Address: 587 Beach Rd
Qualicum Beach
BC   V9K 1K7

Description

Hours Summer Season: Tuesday to Saturday - 10:00 to 4:00 pm Winter Season: Tuesday and Thursday - 1:00 to 4:00 pm
  • Oral History Theatre

    Multimedia productions using interview recordings with local pioneer family descendants, including archival photos, period music and historical footage. A must-see! Multimedia productions using interview recordings with local pioneer family descendants, including archival photos, period music and historical footage.  A must-see!
  • Qualicum Tom, Qualicum Annie and children

    The QB Museum has a large collection of archival photos that help tell the story of the community. Here is a photo of Qualicum Tom and Qualicum Annie with their children at the turn of the past century. Qualicum Annie was known as the matriarch of the local First Nations band and many of her descendants still live locally. The QB Museum has a large collection of archival photos that help tell the story of the community.  Here is a photo of Qualicum Tom and Qualicum Annie with their children at the turn of the past century.  Qualicum Annie was known as the matriarch of the local First Nations band and many of her descendants still live locally.
  • 100th Anniversary of the local train station

    The museum is located in the Qualicum Beach Heritage Square which also includes the local train station, steam train display and historical St Stephen's church. The museum is located in the Qualicum Beach Heritage Square which also includes the local train station, steam train display and historical St Stephen's church.
  • The Hermit

    The Qualicum Beach Museum recognizes early pioneers and colourful characters such as the Hermit (Guiseppe Roat) who built and operated the first museum in town out of his home. The "Museum of Nature Art", was located in the area now known as Hermitage Park. The Qualicum Beach Museum recognizes early pioneers and colourful characters such as the Hermit (Guiseppe Roat) who built and operated the first museum in town out of his home. The
  • Children's Museum Day

    Demonstration of splitting cedar shakes, using pioneer tools and techniques. Demonstration of splitting cedar shakes, using pioneer tools and techniques.
  • Beach Day

    The museum participates in many event in the area. Here Graham Beard our local paleontologist, is educating the public about local natural history The museum participates in many event in the area. Here Graham Beard our local paleontologist, is educating the public about local natural history
  • Children's Museum Day

    Fun, free, community event hosted by the Qualicum Beach Museum. This event includes numerous activities for young and old alike. It attracts over 300 people annually. Fun, free, community event hosted by the Qualicum Beach Museum.  This event includes numerous activities for young and old alike. It attracts over 300 people annually.
  • Qualicum Beach Museum - MacIntosh & Powerhouse buildings

    The smaller brick building is the original powerhouse in Qualicum Beach built in 1929. The larger building (MacIntosh) was the original powerhouse in Port Alberni. It was dismantled and rebuilt, brick by brick in 1994-1995 thanks to Ray Ducker and his group of dedicated volunteers. The smaller brick building is the original powerhouse in Qualicum Beach built in 1929.  The larger building (MacIntosh) was the original powerhouse in Port Alberni.  It was dismantled and rebuilt, brick by brick in 1994-1995 thanks to Ray Ducker and his group of dedicated volunteers.
Oral History Theatre
Qualicum Tom, Qualicum Annie and children
100th Anniversary of the local train station
The Hermit
Children's Museum Day
Beach Day
Children's Museum Day
Qualicum Beach Museum - MacIntosh & Powerhouse buildings

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