#3 - 2401 Cliffe Ave.
Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Comox Valley, Comox Glacier, Strathcona Park and Desolation Sound. Get a birds eye view from a Cessna 172 aircraft.
#3-115 Back Rd., Courtenay
Scenic air tours, all-inclusive fly-in fishing, camping, wilderness adventures on Vancouver Island.
440 Anderton Ave., Courtenay
The Muir Gallery, a project of the Arts Council of the Comox Valley, continues to offer exhibition opportunities to local and emerging artists, as well as providing meeting and presentation space for local writers and poets. Tues to Sat 11 am to 4 pm.
1225 Lazo Rd., Comox
Whyte's specializes in custom, object and conservation framing. They also have many prints and original artworks on display and for sale.
580 Duncan Ave., Courtenay
The public gallery provides an environment for the exhibition of Canadian and international conceptually and aesthetically engaging art and related cultural practices. CVAG’s primary concern is to support the professional development of emerging artists through critical activities that include exhibitions, lectures, publications, events and special projects.
1743 Comox Ave., Comox
Glass Expressions is a unique Stained Glass gallery, studio, school and shop. They also have an extensive selection of tools and supplies.
520 Duncan Ave., Courtenay
This gallery provides custom picture framing, portrait photography and photo restoration services.
3 - 2924 Cliffe Ave., Courtenay
Crawford Studios features glass art handcrafted by artist Paul Crawford. Along with functional pieces such as doors and interior partitions, some pieces are artistic representations of wildlife and scenery.
8138 Island Hwy, Black Creek
Artist Douglas Walker creates garden art and sculptures through using recycled materials, such as metal and musical instruments. With creations like fountains, bird feeders and ornamental pieces, the art is unique and eye catching. Art displayed is available for sale.
2926 Back Rd., Courtenay
Located near where many important West Coast Native artists live and work. Offering original Pacific Northwest Coast Native art including masks, carvings and sculptures made of yellow and red cedar, yew wood, box wood, alder and argillite plus jewellery of gold, silver, argillite and other materials as well as limited edition prints.
19 Wing Comox, Stn. Forces, Lazo
The Comox Air Force Museum displays the heritage of 19 Wing Comox and West Coast Canadian Military Aviation. Located at the historic and operational 19 Wing Comox, the museum records the history and heritage of all of Canada’s Air Forces.
207 4th St., Courtenay
The Courtenay Museum features paleontology, First Nations and Pioneer exhibits. Home to the 12 Metre long elasmosaur, an 80 million year old marine reptile found on the banks of the Puntledge River in Courtenay. Other fossils include mosasaurs turtles, sharks, ammonites and other marine fossils from the age of dinosaurs.
2680 Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland A museum of local history with an emphasis on coal mining. Visitors can walk through a replica mine in the basement as well as view various exhibits and displays.
1999 Lake Trail Rd., Courtenay
This tour operator offers exciting custom excursions that can last anywhere from 2 hours to seven days. Their specialties include West Coast single-track tours, icefield hiking and wilderness freshwater canoeing.
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