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The Qualicum Beach Museum has been an important part of our community since the founding of the Qualicum Beach Historical and Museum Society in 1984.
Permanent exhibits include the Qualicum First Nations; 'Fish Trees and Folk'; histories of industry, education, and home life; paleontology including exhibits of local fossils and the Graham Beard Theatre; the historic powerhouse; and a museum grounds with beautiful gardens, gazebo and a Coast Salish Totem pole, views of the Salish Sea and interpretive panels about the historic buildings and features.
The museum also hosts travelling exhibits on a yearly basis, and offers special events and public programs throughout the year, including the popular Children's Museum Day in August, and the 'QB Reads' local writers series.