Hill's Native Art began as a small local Post Office in 1946. It proudly reigns as our original Gallery in Duncan, B.C. and displays a collection of Canada's First Nations' beliefs and expressions. You can travel by air, rail or highway to fully immerse yourself in the landscape and dynamic culture of Duncan, in the heart of the Cowichan Valley.
What began as an isolated railroad post has become "The City of Totems" where visitors can marvel at the intricacy of our renowned hand-woven Cowichan knits or take part in a guided walking tour of Duncan's world famous totem poles. For those interested in local wares you can check out the local Farmers' Market or explore the many vineyards and wineries spread throughout the rolling fields.
Whichever way you chose to travel to this beautiful B.C. valley you're sure to leave with a rich knowledge of its history and a deep appreciation for the remarkable landscape that inspired its Native legends.
Hill's Native Art Koksilah
5209 Trans-Canada Highway
1 Mile South of Duncan
Koksilah, BC V0R 2C0
9:30am to 5:30pm seven days per week