The Texada Museum traces the rich history of the island from First Nations through the Spanish and British explorers, the gold rush of the early 1900’s and the development of active mining and forestry industries in the community today.

Exhibits include an amazing walk-through mine tunnel, a 1900-era one-room rural school, an impressive display of hand-crafted model ships and assorted mementoes of island enterprises over the last century.

Visitors from all over comment that the Museum is an attraction of Texada that is “not to be missed.”