White Rock Museum & Archives
14970 Marine Drive
White Rock, BC
A community organization dedicated to preserving and promoting local history and culture, the White Rock Museum & Archives is located in the historic White Rock Train Station building on the beach. Residents and visitors can learn about our history, and at the same time enjoy a walk along the promenade, pier, or visit one of the many shops and restaurants along Marine Drive. The Museum features a permanent history of White Rock exhibit, as well as other changing exhibits throughout the year.
Saturday September 23, 2017
Come and join us for this fabulous afternoon fashion show and high tea at the White Rock Community Centre. Wear your fancy hat or fascinator and enter our contest. Purchase tickets at the Museum or online.
Mosaics: Understanding White Rock in the Context of Canada, Friday May 19th - Monday October 9th, 2017
This exhibition explores cultural diversity in White Rock and Canada with stories about the Campbell River Lumber Company, the Japanese Language School, customs and immigration at the White Rock Train Station, and the Indian Act of 1876. Come share your thoughts on diversity in Canada at our speakers corner photo and video booth.
The White Rock Museum is opening two new permanent galleries: City By the Salish Sea and a children’s gallery, We ♥ White Rock. This 500 square foot of revamped gallery space will open to the public on February 9, 2017. These galleries were funded by the City of White Rock and the Province of British Columbia.
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