Hand of Man

The Hand of Man Museum is a 15,000 square feet Museum of Natural History, Cultural Arts and Conservation. Each room leads to a world of discovery, education, and conservation.  Many items that are one of a kind and all were carried back to Canada by Jim the Museum Owner, he shares his own personal collection of stories, artifacts, photos, and taxidermied animals.  The collection is vast and every square inch of the space is utilized.  An incredible, often whimsical collection with something for everyone.  Family friendly and interactive, prepare yourself for a fascinating ipad guided journey.

Book your tour now on the link below:


+1 888-826-1011


6759 Considine Ave, Duncan, BC V9L 5X2

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