Top Ten Comox Valley Rainy Day Activities
COMOX ARCHIVES & MUSEUM Celebrate the rich maritime, pioneer and natural history of our coastal community. From exciting exhibits to local events, Comox Archives & Museum brings the history of this beloved town to life for all generations to appreciate.
COMOX VALLEY CENTRE FOR THE ARTS This is an award-winning facility with several art groups under one roof and a beautiful gift shop specializing in crafts from local artisans—find jewellery, prints, wood and clay sculptures.
COURTENAY & DISTRICT MUSEUM & PALEONTOLOGY CENTRE The museum displays the 12-metre-long fossilized remains of an 80-million-year-old Elasmosaur, found here in 1988. It’s also home to more modern history, too.
CUMBERLAND MUSEUM & ARCHIVES There’s a replica turn-of-the-century coal mine, along with artifacts from the Chinese settlement north of San Francisco.
HAIG-BROWN HERITAGE HOUSE is a historic family home now a designated heritage site. In the summer, they offer unique B&B accommodation and the garden can be rented for weddings and other special events.
MARITIME HERITAGE CENTRE A fun museum featuring guided tours through the BCP45 a National Historic Site. Browse through an eclectic collection of marine artifacts.
MUSEUM AT CAMPBELL RIVER This museum brings history to life with a wide selection of artifacts and interactive exhibits. Uncover the rich culture of the First Nations people that originally inhabited northern Vancouver.
SPA Experience the world-class Pacific Mist Spa and the signature spa service, the Hydropath®, which features sandstone sculptured caves, massage pools, waterfalls and a river walk. You can also indulge yourself at OH SPA, a sanctuary created for relaxation and well being. The Aveda Concept Spa at April Point is set on the shores of Discovery Passage, amidst the manicured gardens of April Point Resort and in the centre of a tranquil pool.
STRATHCONA GARDENS RECREATION COMPLEX Great family facility, which houses 2 indoor pools, waterslides, two ice arenas and much more! 225 S. Dogwood Street.