Supporting Local Artists
The District of Sechelt’s Public Art Collection enriches the quality of life for both residents and visitors alike through the display of art in public places, and by preserving and collecting artworks that are significant to our local cultural heritage. The permanent collection includes 12 paintings and prints, 1 weaving, 6 sculptures, and 5 murals. Our temporary collection includes 2 decorative crosswalks and 24 utility box wraps, all designed by local artists.
Walking Art Tours
A mobile-app guided walking tour of Sechelt’s public art and murals is available. The free app can be downloaded onto both iOS and Android mobile devices, or viewed online from any computer or tablet. Sechelt’s art tour includes the unique background stories of 15 different artworks and provides information about all of the artists, as well as photos of the works. To start exploring the public art in Sechelt, visit baladodiscovery.com, or download the free BaladoDiscovery app in Apple’s App Store or via Google Play.
Event & Wedding Venues
Make your wedding a memorable one with the perfect venue, whether you are hoping to host an intimate wedding event or something lavish, Sechelt has no shortage of wedding spaces at great prices.
Mission House in Davis Bay has easy access to the beach, beautiful views, and stunning sunsets.
Rockwood Lodge is a heritage home nestled on a large lot with beautifully manicured grounds and is set in the heart of Sechelt.
Seaside Centre Community Hall is a beautiful post and beam structure, located in downtown Sechelt. This large open space, with its vaulted ceilings and large windows, is brightly lit and is just steps from the shoreline. The surrounding grounds are beautifully manicured.
2nd Floor, 5797 Cowrie St, PO Box 129