Downtown Vancouver’s public gallery named after the acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid. Home to the Simon Fraser University Bill Reid Collection and changing exhibitions of contemporary Aboriginal Art of the Northwest Coast.
Situated in the historic Fructova Schoolhouse, The Boundary Museum & Interpretive Centre is proud to feature exhibits about our local Doukhobor, agricultural, environmental, mining, and pioneer history. The Community Archival collection is located at G.F.
Lake Country Museum tells the story of the communities of Lake Country. With over 3000 artifacts, there are exhibits to interest all ages. Located in tranquil Okanagan Centre Park, across from public beach access, the Museum is a perfect picnic location
The North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre cares for the well-being of Vancouver Island wildlife. Part of what we do is:
Rehabilitation of wildlife, educational programs, guided tours, opportunities to view wildlife, especially raptors and black bears.
Leap in to Salmon's World! Visit the Salmon Centre and experience the unique exhibits in our interpretive gallery. Take a guided tour of a working wild salmon hatchery. A fun and educational experience for all ages!
Revelstoke Museum & Archives keeps alive the history and heritage of Revelstoke and district by collecting, preserving, documenting and interpreting the artifacts, records and stories of the region in a public community museum.