Many visitors from British Columbia, Canada, the United States and countries all over the globe have enjoyed their visit to the museum. The museum lies on two and a half acres and includes two buildings: the original Station House, an artifacts yard, a caboose, and a section house.
We have been told by many visitors that this is one of the best small museums they have seen.
New: We have renovated the single man’s bunkhouse for an overnight stay experience, advanced bookings only. Email or phone the office to book. Ideal for cyclists riding the Kettle Valley Rail Trail or other groups such as families, teams, or special event.
Book your Wedding: A beautiful location for a wedding. Get married in front of the 1901 Station House, have your reception under a big maple tree that is over 100 years old. Fenced area, beautiful location for a destination wedding.
We have ample parking and easy access off Hwy #3.
We have a small gift shop and information for the traveler and cyclist.
[Children 16 and under free with an adult]