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shishalh Nation tems swiya Museum

Home to an extensive collection of artefacts and cultural materials of the shishalh Nation.

The tems swiya museum is an educational collection of the shishalh Nation’s history, delighting visitors with cedar baskets, stone tools, a 3500-year-old mortuary stone, and more. Visitors can also see a digital face reconstruction of a high status shishalh family, estimated to be 4,000 years old.

The exhibit is called, “’kw’enusitsht tems stutula,” which means Face to Face with Our Ancestors. The exhibit took three years to create and is a joint project between the shishalh Nation, the Canadian Museum of History, and the University of Toronto.  

You can also contact us to book a tour!



Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Sunday & Holidays: Closed


5555 Sunshine Coast Hwy
V0N 3A0



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