167 Vermilion Avenue
Princeton and District Museum and Archives
The Princeton Museum was established in 1958. It was known as the Princeton Pioneer Museum before being renamed the Princeton and District Museum and Archives. Archival acquisitions date from 1977.
Archival holdings include records of individuals and local organizations, mining reports, maps and photographs relating to Princeton and area including Tulameen, Coalmont, Granite Creek and Manning Park. Holdings also include an extensive biography file and newspapers. Museum collection includes an extensive collection of fossil wood and rocks.
Total Volume: 5 metres
Inclusive Dates: ca. 1900 to present
Our hours are Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm and Saturday/ Sunday/Holidays noon to 4pm.
Revised by BCANS Coordinator, March 18, 2011; June 7, 2016.