1090 Main Street
Valemount and Area Museum
The Valemount and Area Museum was opened in 1992 and is operated by the Valemount Historic Society. The museum acquires artifacts, archival records, and reference material relating to the Valemount and Mount Robson Park area including Tete Jaune Cache, Red Pass, and Albreda.
The museum acquires archival records and reference material relating to the Valemount and Mount Robson Park area including Tete Jaune Cache, Red Pass, Albreda, and Croydon. Holdings include records (textual records, photographs, and maps) of community groups, individuals and businesses in the area, as well as records of the Canadian National Railways Red Pass Junction Station and Valemount Station.
Inclusive Dates: 1913 to present<br /> Predominant Dates: 1930s to present
<a href="http://www.valemountmuseum.ca/" target="_blank">Website</a> includes links to virtual exhibits utilizing archival records. The <a href="http://appserve.noratek.com/pls/cats_web/cats_web.item_search" target="_blank">collections database</a> is hosted by <a href="http://www.theexplorationplace.com/" target="_blank">The Exploration Place</a> in Prince George.
Mid May-June 30 Tues-Sat. 10am-5pm
July 1-Aug 31 7 days a week 10am-6pm
Sept 1-30 Tues-Sat. 10am-5pm
Closed October to mid May.
Revised by BCANS Coordinator, March 24, 2011, and August 20, 2015.