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Alaska Highway photos and memorabilia
Period Railroad Station
Station Master's House
Salute to Peace River Farming
Natural History Displays
The Station Museum
Located at N.A.R. Park: 900 Alaska Avenue
Dawson Creek, BC, V1G 4T6
(250) 782-5408
or (250) 782-9595
Fax: (250) 782-9538
Owned & Operated by The South Peace Historical Society
Admission Charged.
Jan 1 - May 22:
May 23 - Sept 30:
Oct 1 - Nov 30:
Tel: 250-783-5735
9510 Beattie Dr. Box 98
Hudson's Hope
V0C 1V0
Wide array of locally donated artifacts and archives including
interesting fossils and an antique book collection housed
in an old Hudson's Bay Company Store. Several historical
buildings on site: pioneer home, food cache and trapper's cabin
and vintage machinery. Summer exhibit celebrating 75
Anniversary of the Bedaux Expedition. Virtual exhibits and
more information on museum web site.
Admission by Donation.
Mon - Wed - 1 -4pm
Daily - 9:30am - 5:30pm
Mon - Wed - 1 - 4pm
Mon - Fri - 10:00am - 5:00pm
Hours of Operation
Winter hours may vary - please call ahead.
101 - 816 Alaska Avenue
Tel: 250-782-2601 Fax: 250-782-8801
Dawson Creek
Fine Art Museum
-May long weekend to Sept long weekend 9-5 daily
-Sept long weekend to May long weekend
10am-5pm Tues-Fri 12-4 Saturday
*Open Year Round
12 Exhibits per year
showcasing local &
touring shows
Photo display on
building of the
Alaska Highway
Gift shop featuring
local artisans & artists
Admission by Donation
Located in the
Grain Elevator at
Traffic Circle
History of Fort Nelson and the
Northern Rockies area.
Pioneer artifacts, Alaska Highway
construction displays, vintage
autos & machinery, trapper's cabin,
white moose & wildlife displays,
souvenirs, books & much more.
Open May to September
& by appointment
small admission charged
Fort Nelson Historical Society
Box 716, Fort Nelson, BC V0C 1R0
(250) 774-3536
ur artifacts and
collections reflect the
local heritage of the
community and the
surrounding area,
particularly in regards to
family life, farming, railways,
trapping, logging and forestry.
Much of the farm machinery and
other artifacts date from the early
Visit us at
the museum.
Located just west
of Chetwynd
Hwy. 97 on
Westgate Road.
Look for the sign!
Seasonal Operation
July and August Tues ~ Sat 12 - 5pm
(250) 788-3358
Box 1777 Chetwynd, B.C. V0C 1J0
Marge McDougall Painting Series
Children's Tours
42 Years of Mackenzie History
Including Mackenzie's first hospital
Videos and Information
The Creation of Williston Lake - Canada's largest
Man-Made Lake
Operation of the World's Largest Tree Crusher
Retracing of Alexander Mackenzie's
1793 cross Canada trek
June to August
Tuesday to Saturday 9 am - 5 pm
September to June
Tuesday to Friday 10 am - 2 pm
Located in the Ernie Bodin Centre
86 Centennial Drive
Mackenzie, BC
Admission by Donation
(250) 997-3021