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Sooke Region Museum

Contact Information
Phone: (250) 642-6351
Toll-Free: 1-866-888-4748
Address:
2070 Phillips Road, Sooke, BC, Canada
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Description

A 40-minute drive from downtown Victoria, via Highway 14, also known as the Pacific Marine Circle Route, leads you to beautiful Sooke, where you will find the museum with its lighthouse and information center, immediately past the Sooke River Bridge.

The Sooke Region Museum is operated by the Sooke Region Historical Society, a non-profit society incorporated under B C’s Societies Act in 1975, and recognized as a Registered Charity by Revenue Canada.

Annual memberships are $10.00, and Life Memberships are just $100.00.

 

Operating Hours

The Sooke Region Museum and Visitor Centre is opendaily during the summer months, from 9 am – 5 pm

From mid October to Mid May, we are closed Mondays and statutory holidays.

Where the stat holiday falls on a Monday, we are also closed on the Tuesday.

We will close to the public on Thusday Dec 24, 2015 at noon, and reopen to the public on

Tuesday January 5, 2016 to allow for staff holidays and renovations.

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