A community-run museum featuring a renowned paleontology exhibit, hands on communications and energy displays, and the fascinating social history of Qualicum Beach and area.

We are now on Winter Hours until April 25, 2019.

CLOSED FROM APRIL 25.  

RE-OPENING MAY 28. 

Hours

Winter Schedule – October through April.

Tuesday and Thursday 1pm to 4pm

Summer Schedule resumes – June 1 2019.

Admission is by donation

(suggested donation $5 – Adults, $2 – Children 12 and under)

Rosie the Qualicum Walrus

 Walrus – Odobenus Rosmarus Found North of Qualicum Beach in 1979.  A internationally significant find, now residing at the Canadian Museum of Nature.  Come and see the related exhibit at the museum.

Paleontology & Fossils

The Museum’s Paleontology Exhibit is recognized as one of world-class stature by paleontologists. The collection is curated by internationally known biologist and collector, Graham Beard, in conjunction with the Vancouver Island Paleontological Museum Society.

Social History & Culture

Re-opening May 2019.  We are revitalizing our social history gallery which features a First Nations exhibit; stories about local ‘movers and shakers’ like the debonair General Money of the Qualicum Beach Hotel and Golf links; tourism in QB; history of schools; characters like ‘The Qualicum Beach Hermit’ and much more.