They have a collection of Indian arts, potteries and other artifacts. While we were there, the staff of the museum were encouraging visitors to give donations for the maintenance of the museum and to buy raffle tickets. The prize of the winning ticket is a beautiful handmade dollhouse.
This is a beach town with a beautiful boardwalk and overlooking my favorite Semiahmoo Resort (United States).
When there is low tide here, you can see the water sketching the sand into pools and makes a wonderful view of the beach. People come here to relax and you can see elderly residents just sitting on benches overlooking the horizon while younger folks are getting their daily doze of exercise. There are many beautiful stores here and some are specialty stores of potteries, arts and crafts and photography.
Stores and coffee shops parallelling the street are adorned with colorful hanging petunias and the gardens are well-maintained with their flowering Sylvias, Zinnias, Marigolds and Begonias.
White Rock is the first town that you hit from the border of the United States.
Drive south to the small town of White Rock