Our gallery on 957 Beasley Road is open at summer hours, Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting Saturday, June 15, until Sunday, September 15.
We are home to a Visitor/Tourist Information Booth. Information items and brochures are available any time on the outside wall.
Our exhibits include:
Curiosity Cabinets – filled with mysterious natural history specimens and strange artifacts provides a sneak peek at Curiouser & Curiouser, part of an exhibition being assembled as part of the Museum’s 20th anniversary.
That Was Then / This Is Now – a retrospective of the Museum’s 20 years.
First Nations Exhibit – featuring stone implements, tools and baskets, is available for viewing in our workroom area.
Permanent Panels – information gleaned from previous displays add to the historical record of Cortes Island and are available in our workroom area.
Heritage Garden – Relax and enjoy the blooming scents of summer any time in our Heritage Garden. Picnic under the apple trees.
1255 Seaford Road, open now on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wild Cortes, the Museum’s satellite exhibit and well-loved display of taxidermy curated by taxidermist Laurel Bohart, also includes selections from our past natural history exhibits.