Port Clements Museum
Port Clements Museum
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Germain V
1 aporte
5,0 de 5 burbujas
jul de 2023 • Solitario
Just a note about this Museum. It is open 7 days a week from June 1st. to September 31 from 10AM - 4PM
Escrita el 1 de agosto de 2023
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Loretta D
35 aportes
3,0 de 5 burbujas
ago de 2022
Lots of antiques but not much related to haida gwaii. Found this museum could have been in ont, b.c, anywhere really. By donation.
Escrita el 21 de agosto de 2022
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Inspiration470054
Port Coquitlam, Canadá4 aportes
5,0 de 5 burbujas
jul de 2019 • Familia
Huge effort put into the making of this museum. So much history from every sector - logging, mining, home life. Well worth every moment spent here. Thank you!!
Escrita el 15 de julio de 2019
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Professional-Pilgrim
Alberta, Canadá1.349 aportes
4,0 de 5 burbujas
ago de 2018 • Pareja
This is the smallest of HG's museums, but is worth a stop. The stuffed albino raven is one of the treasured artefacts, and there is even a video of the raven hopping around before he was sadly electrocuted.
Escrita el 22 de agosto de 2018
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Kim M
Kenora, Canadá229 aportes
3,0 de 5 burbujas
jul de 2018 • Pareja
An interesting stop and a good rainy day activity. They have a large collection interesting items that although seem overwhelming to have them on shelves and tables at first - it is actually well organized.
Escrita el 19 de julio de 2018
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butterfly8408
Maple Ridge, Canadá7 aportes
5,0 de 5 burbujas
ago de 2017 • Pareja
A good selection of artifacts that were all labelled, mostly written
by hand. A beautiful building worth exploring.
Escrita el 4 de octubre de 2017
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PookyCake
Victoria, Canadá14.422 aportes
4,0 de 5 burbujas
ago de 2017 • Solitario
The Port Clements Museum (which also doubles as the town’s Visitor’s Information Centre) is an eclectic and compact space run by volunteers. While the collection may at first seem a bit hodgepodge, the primary focus is on the history of Port Clements itself. In this regard, logging plays a key and central role. As you browse the collection you will come across plenty of logging paraphernalia – most of it from the last hundred years – showing what built Port Clements during the logging industry’s heyday. The rest of the collection focuses on small business and home life in the small town. Within this context, you’ll come across old machinery once used in local businesses, i.e.: classic cash registers, typewriters and computers. Some of the items, I feel, are quite asinine while still others are rich with history. For instance, I loved the brief references to the Grumman Goose – once a very common sight on the Islands – and the war effort.

The museum isn’t all about industry, however. Natural history is also glimpsed at in this small space: a couple taxidermy birds sit amongst the collection, chief amongst them the “White” Raven.” A brief comment on this rare bird. The White Raven was a true albino, estimated to have been born in late 1996. It lived in the general Port Clements area. In time, it became a popular tourist attraction and became accustomed to people. It met a tragic end in 1997 – the same year the Golden Spruce was chopped down – when it flew into some electrical wires. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to view this rare bird while it was still living – quite beautiful. So it was kind of bittersweet to see it now preserved in the museum.

Finally, the museum also offers up some valuable information and context on the aforementioned Golden Spruce. Here, you can view some cuttings and spruce needles from the tree. The fine folks working at the counter can also provide some of their own knowledge – all valuable if one wishes to walk the Golden Spruce Trail later on.

In short, the Port museum is certainly worth at least a brief visit. You get to see and experience a lot for $4; however, with its emphasis on the logging industry, it will appeal more to some folks than others. I suspect many feel a sense of nostalgia when walking through these doors!
Escrita el 16 de septiembre de 2017
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Dave F
Vancouver, BC142 aportes
4,0 de 5 burbujas
sept de 2017 • Pareja
This museum mainly contains tools and artifacts of pioneer settlers and loggers. It was interesting to wander through and see things that we had used ourselves decades ago (or at least seen at our grandparents' houses. There are a lot of big forestry machines outside the museum building, which are impressive. (They could use a better information display telling non-loggers how each machine was used, though!) For those just passing through, it'll take an hour. Those with a deeper interest could spend a half day.
Escrita el 15 de septiembre de 2017
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NCS_AB
Canadá25 aportes
4,0 de 5 burbujas
ago de 2017 • Pareja
A lot of history about the island and culture. good info from the clerk. Alot of info on the Golden Spruce Worth the 4$
Escrita el 15 de agosto de 2017
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GVancouver
Vancouver, Canadá978 aportes
3,0 de 5 burbujas
jul de 2017 • Pareja
The town of Port Clements is only a minute or so off the main highway, so an easy detour. The Museum was a fun stop on a rainy day, but would mainly be of interest to real history buffs.

There are a lot of logging tools on display, many dating back 100 years and more. The other half of the museum is devoted to historic household items. Some date back a hundred years. Others are from my lifetime which made me feel really old.

There are historic articles and books to read so it is possible to spend considerable time there. If, like us, you just browse the displays and read the placards, you can be done in 1/2 hour.
Escrita el 25 de julio de 2017
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