Welcome to the Parksville Museum
The museum's primary mandate is to collect, preserve, and display artifacts and archival materials that pertain to the varied aspects of this area. The geographic focus of our collection is that of School District 69 which includes Parksville, Errington, Coombs, Hilliers, French Creek and Nanoose Bay. The museum has an expansive collection of objects that help us illustrate the lives and activities of early settlers, organizations and businesses of the local communities.
An Old Fashioned Christmas
Sunday December 2nd
1PM - 5PM
Model Trains, Music, Crafts, Storytelling, Cookies, Hot Chocolate, Hot Dogs
Oh yes! Pictures with Santa
We look forward to seeing children, parents, grandparents - Everyone come enjoy Sunday afternoon at the Museum
Coast Salish Artisians Market
Friday November 30th
Saturday, December 1st
10Am - 4 PM
Parksville Museum, Main Exhibit Hall
Parksville & District Historical Society
Annual General Meeting 2018
To be Held on Saturday November 17, 2018 at 2PM
Wreath Making Course
Kick off the holiday season with festive flair by joining Shiralee and Lisa for a couple hours wreath making workshop at the Parksville Museum. Here you will learn the skills to create a beautiful personalized holiday wreath.
Workshop runs 1-3
Saturday Nov 24 or Sunday Nov 25
Price $40, limited places
To register contact
(250) 240-7890 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The burr and windy season operational hours are now in effect.
Buildings open by appointment only and during special events and workshops. This may change in the near future to open one day a week and special events and workshops. Grounds are always open even if gate closed.
Please expect delays in responding to emails and phone messages.
Have a good day,