Authentic Nuu-Chah-Nulth (Northwest Coast) Native Art Gallery in Ucluelet, BC.



We are excited to share that the Cedar House Gallery has recently been sold, and bought by a prominent Nuu-chah-nulth carver and artist, Hjalmer Wenstob. The gallery has been closed since Aug 2017, and now that the purchase is complete, he is looking to open the gallery starting March 2018, as he prepares for a grand re-opening and carving celebration.

Feel Free to email him at

As a native art gallery, we represent a selection of local and regional First Nations artists who work in a variety of traditional and contemporary native styles. Huu-Mees Ma-as Cedar House Gallery opened in 2008, and was welcomed into the community in traditional style with a ribbon cutting ceremony and the blessing of the local chiefs.

We specialize in cedar works, primarily masks, bent wood boxes, paddles and bowls. The gallery also has cedar bark hats, basketry and jewellery. We also carry a selection of original paintings, fine art prints, as well as native silver, clothing, leather and knitted goods and many more gift items to choose from.

If you are visiting Tofino, Ucluelet or The Pacific Rim National Parks, we welcome you to visit the gallery at Whiskey Landing in Ucluelet. We’re located at the bottom of Main St Hill overlooking the Government Wharf (Whiskey Dock). Feel free to give us a call at (250) 726-2652 or inquire via email: or

Cedar House Gallery is open daily from 10:00 am. Our personable and professional staff are ready to assist you pick that special gift item, souvenir, or find that perfect piece for your collection. We welcome you to check out our inventory which for your convenience is searchable online. We currently don’t charge for packaging and international shipping is part of our business, so feel free to inquire within to find out more!

Directions to the Gallery