I-Hos Gallery

Art Galleries, Indigenous Culture, Accessibility

Things To Do, Arts & Heritage, Art Galleries, Indigenous CultureCourtenay, Central Vancouver Island, Vancouver Island

3310 Comox Rd, Courtenay, British Columbia, V9N 3P8


This business has self-assessed as having the following accessible attributes. Please contact the business directly for further detail if required.


  • Designated accessible parking near an accessible entrance that is specifically marked
  • Space specifically marked with a van-accessible sign, at minimum 4.7 metres wide, large enough to accommodate a vehicle with a side lift/ramp
  • Entry route has a door that is at minimum 815 mm wide
Lobby or Reception Area
  • Lowered counter at the reception or ticket desk
Restroom in Public Area
  • Can be reached without going up or down stairs, has a main entrance and/or stall that is a minimum 815 mm wide and has an outward swing door


  • Staff are available to accompany guest through venue as a guide, and to describe the sights


Emergency Plan
  • Emergency plan includes staff trained to provide in-person assistance for people with mobility, visual and hearing requirements
High Speed Internet Service
  • Business has high-speed internet service available for video application use
Service Dogs
  • Staff have been trained on guide and service dog policies
  • Business has a dog relief area on site

During these times, it is mandatory to wear a face covering while visiting I-Hos Gallery.I-Hos Gallery presents a collection of traditional and contemporary Northwest Coast artwork, including masks, prints, gold and silver jewelry, wood carvings and more produced by First Nations artists.I-Hos Gallery is Band owned and operated by K’omoks First Nation.Our culture is expressed through our art. We are located between Courtenay and Comox on Vancouver Island, on the site of the original Kmoks Village. We deal directly with all of our First Nation artists and provide you with all legends and artist biographies. I-Hos Gallery is Band owned and operated by K’moks First Nations and has been est. since 1995.