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Take a journey through time and learn about our region's past and present at one of our wonderful museums.

Chamber of Mines of Eastern BC

Chamber of Mines of Eastern BC

The Chamber of Mines of Eastern British Columbia is a not-for-profit organization providing authentic, reliable information to the general public and the mining industry.

  • 250-352-5242   |   255 Hall Street, Nelson
  • cmebc.com

J.B. Fletcher Store

 J.B. Fletcher Store

J.B. Fletcher Mercantile was the first and largest General Store and mining supply establishment on Kootenay Lake BC. It is now a gift shop and museum.

Kootenay Star Mining Museum

Kootenay Star Mining Museum

A rich treasure of machinery, photos, documents, dioramas, mining samples and more, to give visitors a sense of what life was like in those wild prospecting days.

 

Langham Cultural Centre

Langham Cultural Centre

Over the past 4 decades, the Langham Cultural Society has provided gallery shows, theatre, concerts, films and performances, poetry and prose readings, and workshops.  

Lardeau Valley Museum

Lardeau Valley Museum

Operated by the Lardeau Valley Historical Society, a variety of local historic artifacts are featured which highlight a rich history of mining, logging, agriculture, homesteading, and Aboriginal history of the region.

SS Moyie

Step inside the lovingly restored SS Moyie in Kaslo for a tour of the oldest intact sternwheeler in the world.

  • 250-353-2525  |  324 Front St, Kaslo
  • klhs.bc.ca

Streetcar #23

Situated along the lakefront, in beautiful, Nelson, BC lies a historical marvel - Streetcar #23, a fully functional streetcar from the early 1900's.

Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History

Touchstones Nelson Museum of Art and History

We run a sustainable museum, archives, art gallery and historical society that actively promotes, through exhibitions and programming.

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