Cowichan Valley Museum
As rich in history as it is in beauty, the picturesque Cowichan Valley is located on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Its commercial centre, Duncan, has its roots in the 1886 rural settlement of Duncan’s Crossing, also known as Alderlea. Come and enjoy the fascinating history of the Cowichan Valley at the Museum in the former 1912 Train Station. The Station is situated in beautiful Charles Hoey V.C. Memorial Park in downtown Duncan and surrounded by impressive totem poles and gardens.
Cowichan Valley Archives
The Cowichan Valley Archives is located on the third floor of the Duncan City Hall, a 1913 heritage building that was formerly the Post Office in Duncan, just a short two-minute walk from the Museum.