The City of Duncan’s historic downtown core can easily be seen on foot. It is contained within four square blocks, bordered by Duncan Street on the east, Boundary Street on the west, Government Street on the south and Ingram Street on the north.
Despite its relatively small size, downtown Duncan offers a lot to see. It has historic buildings, interesting small shops to explore, good restaurants and a popular collection of totem poles.
Here are our pages on individual downtown Duncan streets (listed alphabetically):
- Canada Avenue
- Craig Street
- Duncan Street
- Government Street
- Ingram Street
- Kenneth Street
- Station Street
Here are a few examples of historic buildings in downtown Duncan.
The former E&N Railway Station, built in 1912, on Canada Avenue is now the Cowichan Valley Museum…..Read More…..
The Craig Street Brew Pub at 25 Craig Street, at Government Street, has been operating since 2004 in a building that was built in 1929 as a Ford dealership and gas station by Vancouver architect William F. Gardiner….Read More…
Each month Duncan Sightseeing showcases one historic building in downtown Duncan as a Featured Historic Building.
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