Welcome

Visitors
Roesland in winters' past
Museum Building

The museum is located in the Roe House at Roesland on North Pender Island, one of the properties that form the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve - a beautiful waterfront setting featuring open lawns for picnicing. A short trail leads to a spectacular viewpoint, especially at sunset.

The purpose of the Pender Islands Museum is to acquire, catalogue, display and preserve historical artifacts and archival records related to the Pender Islands and to make them available for public viewing, education, and research. We are in the process of digitizing our collection and progress can be seen under the "Collections" tab. Occasionally special programs are offered for locals and visitors alike. These may include garden parties, museum tours, demonstrations, sponsored lectures and display tables at local events.

The Pender Islands Museum's page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PenderIslandsMuseum

The Museum Newsletters "Past Times": https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qbtm22n650xi05l/AACEybmX9su0GKTuL8AP5YhLa?dl=0

Gulf Islands National Park: http://www.pc.gc.ca/pn-np/bc/gulf/visit.aspx

Royal BC Museum archives for Pender Island: http://search-bcarchives.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/pender-island-b-c

HelloBC link to Pender Islands culture and history: https://www.hellobc.com/pender-islands/culture-history.aspx

Disclaimer: The Pender Islands Museum, it's members and board directors accept no liability whatsoever for any content on this website. The website is intended for amusement and educational purposes only, and is not intended to be an accurate authority of facts, dates, persons or occurrences. Additional information which might provide for greater accuracy of existing content or historic information about the Pender Islands not found in the museum at present is most welcome. Please feel free to email us at pendermuseum@shaw.ca with any historical information, inquiries, comments or suggestions.

We hope you find your visit both to the museum and our website enjoyable. Thank you for your interest in the Pender Islands Museum.

Website - J.R. Mackenzie. Original content copyright, Pender Islands Museum, 2017.

Location:

2408 South Otter Bay Road
North Pender Island, BC  V0N 2M1
(250) 629-6935

Admission free, suggested donation per person $2.00.

The Pender Museum is operated by volunteers and funded by annual museum memberships, donations, fund raising, and gift shop sales.  Annual individual membership is $5.00.  Please include your name, address, phone number and email address (optional) with your cheque for membership or donation

One might consider a memorial bequeathment to the Museum for younger generations to enjoy.  Thank you for your support!  Please click here to make a donation.

HOURS:  DECEMBER 26 TO 30, Easter through June and September to Thanksgiving from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm,

July and August: open weekends only from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Open outside these hours for groups of usually 6 or more by special request.

Inquiries, suggestions and comments about this website can be emailed to  pendermuseum@shaw.ca

Click here for hosting schedule, events and board meeting dates