The little village of Port Clements nestles beside an inlet on the misty and distant Queen Charlotte Islands, which

had its name officially changed to Haida Gwaii in 2010.  Port Clements has been settled and developed only very

recently as far as history goes, almost within living memory.  The artifacts of pioneer life still exist here and they

have been donated to the village museum where they form a unique glimpse of life as it once was.


The museum is operated by the Port Clements Historical Society.  The Society was formed in 1985 and after

countless volunteer hours the museum opened its doors in 1987.  The indoor and outdoor displays are open

daily to the public from June to September and on weekends for the remainder of the year.  The archives are

not open to the public but arrangement can be made with the archivist for access to items. 


Tours are always welcome and arrangements can be made for special openings.


We have teamed up with the Village of Port Clements and now serve as the  Village's Visitor's Information Centre.


Hours of Operation:

June 1 - Sept 15 - 10:00 am to 4:00 pm daily

Remainder of the year - Saturday and Sunday - 2:00 - 4:00 pm


Admission Fee:

12 and under - free

over 12 - $5.00