Discover epic tales of once upon a time railroaders and gold panners, outlaws and explorers, homesteaders and pioneers through our vibrant and varied collections of photographs, maps, artifacts and reproductions at museums and parks, markets and attractions. Interactive, enriching, fascinating and beautifully presented by our curators and caretakers. Our tall tales will leave a lasting impression.
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The White Post Auto Museum located in Tappen, BC is family owned and operated by Vance & Keri Tierney. The Auto Museum has been landmark in the area for over 40 years and continues to be an interesting stop for both travelers and local automotive enthusiasts abroad
Housed in a heritage church dating 1909, we take you through the rich history of the Shuswap Prairie. Try the interactive exhibits that will amaze the little ones and learn the who' why and what's of the settlements, and catch a glimpse of the First Nations connection to the land before the arrival of "big" business.
This one of a kind, 1st class Museum features over 100 vintage and collector Motorcycles from around the world. Our 1911 Pierce Arrow is a must see! Then relax in the theatre room with motorcycle related footage. Browse the Gift Shop for unique items and motorcycle memorabilia. Start or finish your visit with a meal or snack in Sprokkets Cafe.
The Falkland Heritage Park and Museum is located in downtown Falkland, BC - right on Highway 97. The park is located on two acres that was part of the original Falkland Gypsum Mine. There is a wonderful display of historic memorabilia that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Make sure that you stop here for a visit to a place back in time.
As you step back in time and explore the Village, you can discover our Shuswap pioneer history in 24 original or replica buildings featuring over 30 exhibits. Your self guided brochure will take you to the Queest Mountain Forestry Tower, Broadview School, Mt Ida Church, Salmon Arm’s first filling station and much more.
Nestled in the mighty Monashee Mountains, 19 km west of Revelstoke & Mt. Revelstoke National Park. Relax in one of our 180 guest rooms, each with a balcony or patio overlooking beautiful gardens and the Lake of 3 Valleys. Next door, visit 3 Valley Gap Heritage Ghost town, open daily. Explore more than 25 historic buildings all furnished with antiques.