School Programs

The Museum at Campbell River will resume in-person educational programming on September 7, 2021.  In accordance with ongoing provincial health orders, masks are required for all participants.  We will also continue to offer digital programs for classes unable to attend in-person programs at this time.  Our available education programs will expand throughout 2022.

Programs for Grades K to 12

The Museum at Campbell River offers a variety of education programs for grades K to 12 that are intended to complement and enrich specific areas of the school curriculum.  The content of these programs reflects our extensive collection of historic and ethnographic artifacts from Northern Vancouver Island.  Working on the premise that children learn best through active participation and personal connection, all our programs include hands-on activities.  Programs are delivered by Museum staff and trained volunteer Docents.

Fees are $80 per class for most education programs.  Schools within SD72 receive a subsidized discount of $20 per class.

Education programs are available Tuesdays to Fridays.  Advanced booking is required.  To request a program, please use our online booking request form.

More information on the programs and their curricular links can be found in the program descriptions listed below. Recommended grade levels are included.  For questions regarding education programs, contact our Education Programmer at education.programs@crmuseum.ca or call 250-287-3133, ext 234.

May to August 2022

Book early to reserve your spot

Historic Boat Tours

The Museum at Campbell River will once again offer its summer historic boat tours in partnership with Campbell River Whale Watching and Adventure Tours.  Each trip explores the history of the region from the comfort of their boats that includes both indoor and outdoor seating areas, and an on board washroom.  As well as an experienced Captain, there is an on board naturalist who is constantly on the lookout for wildlife to point out, and a Museum Guide to share historic points of interest.

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