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We went in curious about the pier and one boat we saw from the other side This is a nice little museum which gives you a bit of history and context about Cowichan Bay well worth a visit even if you don't like boats as...More
After years of visiting Cowichan bay for the bakery and deli and amazing little curio shops we finally strolled a little further down the road and found this lovely maritime museum.
The hand made replica sail boats were fascinating to see and the walk along...More
We visited here with our daughter, husband and grandchildren 10 and 8 years old.
They enjoyed building toy boats with the wood provided and took them home back
to England. The displayed Canoes and Kayaks were beautifully made and the old
Pulley systems of great...More
This is a volunteer run museum containing interesting artifacts of the life of the Cowichan Bay area with regard to marine activities. Admission by donation. Love the fact that they provide opportunities for children to build a small boat and experience the fun of creating....More
Many thanks to the volunteers who make this wonderfully small museum available to all, free of charge, but leave a donation. It is so worth it! Walking on the pier to each display room is beautiful. The history of the boats, ships & the Cowichan...More
A very interesting place to learn about the fascinating maritime history of Cowichan Bay. Beautiful hand-crafted replicas of wooden boats. Hands-on experience for children to build, decorate and race a wooden boat during festivals. All in a gorgeous wooden building right on the waterfront at...More
Take a look through the museum starting with their newest building addition. Entrance is by donation, but please donate a little something as it is run by volunteers. See pictures, old canoes, old outboard engines, etc. It is great and we like to go through...More