Explore the history of the forestry industry in Revelstoke and British Colunbia. See displays and machinery, visit the gift shop and look through the Vintage Fire Lookout Station. Open seven days a week during the summer season.
Home of the CPR locomotive #5468, the museum reveals Canada’s railway heritage and history. Learn about railway construction and operation from volunteer railway engineers. Be a train engineer at the Diesel Locomotive Simulator. Tour the yard for more vintage rolling stock. Stop at the gift shop and book store for rail-related items. Open Daily from May to September. Please call for off season hours. The museum also runs The Last Spike, a gift shop and heritage site at Craigellachie, BC. Open daily from May to October.
This is Canada's only mechanical music museum. It Illustrates the history of automatic music machines from 1790s barrel organs through to 1950s juke boxes via musical boxes, street and dance organs, residence organs, player pianos etc. The museum offers tours and demonstrations.
A 1923 International Bickel, Revelstoke's first firetruck, is just one of the highlights of the Firefighters Museum. A photographic archive and other pieces of firefighting memorabilia are exhibited here.