Shopping Ukee

Now, “shop-a-holics” should take note. Ucluelet and Tofino have some gorgeous art galleries – lots of First Nations Art and a few boutiques. Our large grocery store is sufficient for your needs, but is not comparable to a large city grocery store. We hope that you will put aside your “need to shop” and enjoy our beautiful outdoors. We are located within walking distance to galleries and shops.


Wild Heather Books- Imperial Lane.The minute you walk in you’ll know you’re in the heart of the west coast… as the exotic, irresistible aroma of gourmet coffees and teas float through the shop.

Crowsnest Gifts – on Main Street. A place you can find all of your souveniers.

Image West Gifts – on Peninsula Road.

Rubio Jewelry – Main Street

Tula Clothing – on Pensinsula Road. A boutique that offers cappuccino, SURF-HER and numerous styles of womens clothing. A one stop shop in Ukee. Located in Relic Surf shop across from the “Welcome to Ucluelet” sign.

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Pina Clothing – on Peninsula Road. Piña is a little print shop and clothing boutique in Ucluelet, BC. They create and print original designs on on a variety of sustainable garments. Overall, our inspiration comes from the Westcoast and transpires into unique art printed on functional, eco-friendly clothing.


Art Galleries

Du Quah Gallery – Pensinsula Road

Mark Penney Gallery – Main Street. Carries many peices from local and Vancouver Island Artists.

Reflecting Spirit Gallery – walk from the motel at Davison Plaza on Peninsula Road

Cedar House Gallery – Main Street.We’re conveniently located in Whiskey Landing a beautiful waterfront building at the foot of Main St. We exhibit a variety of traditional and contemporary west coast native art, with a focus on authentic local styles. We represent local and area artists with integrity, who have demonstrated a commitment to their craft.

Eagle Aerie Gallery – Roy Henry Vickers – Campbell street in Tofino.The success of Roy’s Eagle Aerie Gallery is a remarkable example of the universal appeal of his art. The Gallery is a traditional northwest coast longhouse Roy built in 1986 in the village of Tofino, on the extreme west coast of Vancouver Island. An artist-owned gallery was – and still is – a rarity and at best a risky business, let alone one built far away from the media and the art-buying public. Today, Eagle Aerie Gallery welcomes more than 200,000 visitors a year from around the world and it is one of the area’s main attractions.