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McMillan House Restoration Project

Year of Construction: 1885

Original Location: Errington, B.C.

Relocated to Parksville Museum: 

Restoration Work: 2017 to 2018

Primary Restoration Work: Replace Chinking with period specific, see pdf report below

McMillan House 2018 after all the restoration work has been completed

Secondary Restoration Work: Replace rot and infested wood

Sill Plate and Sill Log rot at back door

New Sill Plate and Sill Log with Temporary Chinking

Temporary Chink was required due to time of year the log was replace (freezing weather) and was done by facility manager to eliminate water entering the building. Proper daub and chink to be installed when weather permits.

Replacement in place, now it just needs to age 

Documents

Fall/Winter Hours

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,

Coast Salish Artisians Market

Friday November 30th

and

Saturday, December 1st

10Am - 4 PM

Parksville Museum, Main Exhibit Hall