Discover the Historical Connection Between Land, Sea & Human Experience. The Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives presents the history of the Sunshine Coast and its inhabitants.
General information: Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives, Kimiko Hawkes
The Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives presents the history of the Sunshine Coast and its inhabitants. We have two floors of exhibits to explore as well as a resource room, reference library, and extensive archives with over 9,000 photographs & documents.
The Museum is situated in the heart of Gibsons Landing, 10 minutes from the BC Ferries terminal in Langdale.
We are wheelchair accessible & accommodate group tours by appointment.
The Museum's collections cover many wide-ranging topics. The main floor features exhibits regarding the area's maritime history, and includes the Farrell Story, the Hubert Evans Handliner, Union Steamships, Captain Vancouver, and the Don Hauka submersible.
The upper floor exhibits include artifacts from early Sechelt and Squamish settlements, materials from early Pioneering families, as well as specimens of the area's Natural History.
George William Gibson
We carry a selection of unique handmade wood products by local artisans, books and beautiful and affordable locally made boat crafts.
Seedling Creativity Kits are brand new!
We just received our first shipment and we’re the only shop in town that stocks them. We have a selection of Creativity Kits for all ages that are accessible, fun, engaging and inspiring. Limited stock so come and take a look before they go!
Contact Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives, Kimiko Hawkes
716 Winn Road, P.O. Box 766, Gibsons, V0N 1V0, British Columbia
Phone 604-886-8232 Fax 604-886-8232
Send an email Web: www.sunshinecoastmuseum.ca
Year-round, Tuesday to Saturday, 10:30 to 4:30. Closed on statutory holiday's and two week closure over Christmas & New Year's.