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Place Category: Museums and Carving Shed

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  • This museum features pioneer artifacts, history of European Settlement, and logging history. The museum is home to more than 2,000 artifacts that have played a significant role in shaping Port Clements’ past. Visitors are invited to take an interpretive tour or browse through photograph albums documenting logging equipment retrieval and life in short-lived islands communities such as Buckley Bay, Graham Centre and Dobbieville, as well as an extensive collection of newspaper clippings on the Golden Spruce, illegally felled in February 1997.

    Open daily 10:00 am – 4:00 pm : June to September

    Open weekends 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm throughout the rest of the year:

    $4 for teens & adults. Admission is free for 12 & under & historical society members

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