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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. The site includes the museum, the original Station House, an artifacts yard, a caboose, and a section house.

New: The Bunkhouse is available for group stays with a duration of two weeks or more. Email or phone the office to book.

Book your Wedding: Get married in front of the 1909 Station House, have your reception under a big maple tree that is over 100 years old. Fenced area, beautiful location for a destination wedding! Current Provincial Health Orders must be complied with. Contact us for details.

We have ample parking and easy access off Hwy #3.

We are Mile 0 of the legendary Kettle Valley Railway. Registered parking is available by donation for TransCanada Trail users.

Peruse our small gift shop, or information for the traveler and cyclist.

Admission $5.00
[Children 16 and under free with an adult]