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Over six museums celebrating the heritage of the region await discovery. Explore cultural treasures of the K’ómoks people for a fascinating glimpse into First Nations culture and discover the history of early pioneering life and the paleontology of the region. Take a self-guided Comox Valley Heritage Experience Walking & Driving Tour or visit any of these locations below:

 

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Brian Buckrell Art

Brian is an award winning Comox Valley artist. His interest is the Canadian landscape. His work has been profiled in art magazines in Canada and the US.

Central Island Arts Guide

Comox Air Force Museum

Categories: Museums

An amazing collection of West Coast Military Aviation artifacts and memorabilia plus a Heritage Air Park with 8 Aircraft awaits you. Visitors praise the collection which covers WW1 to current times. A well stocked gift shop and reference library are part of the attraction.

Comox Valley Arts

Comox Valley Arts actively supports, promotes and celebrates our vibrant, inclusive arts community. Publishers of the Central Island Arts Guide – a year round directory of Arts & Culture purveyors. Producers of Downtown Courtenay Summernight Markets – the craft & food place to be, Friday Nights, all summer.

Darrel Hancock Pottery

Esther Sample - West Coast Artist

Esther’s passion for the west coast is displayed in great detail on canvas with oil and acrylic paints. She takes great care in depicting realism and beauty in each piece.

Filberg Festival

Hitec-Brazen Sportswear

Categories: Retail Trade

Outdoor Adventure or souvenir collector Hitec – Brazen Sportswear has it for you. Cozy fleece, wicking t-shirts, kayak caps, totes, backpacks and towels to name a few from the wide selection. Choose from unique Vancouver Island logos or buy blank! Amazing selection and one-of-a-kind gifts to suit everyone

I-Hos Gallery

I-Hos Gallery presents a collection of traditional and contemporary northwest coast artwork and crafts. Masks, prints, gold and silver jewellery and wood carvings produced by First Nation artists are displayed in I-Hos Gallery. Komoks Band owned and operated. Truly something for everyone and every price range in the gallery.

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