This museum should be your first stop when visiting Boundary Country! Here you can get out and stretch your legs, learn about history, obtain up to date B.C. travel information, and find ideas on where to eat, sleep and play in the Greenwood area.
Canada’s smallest city, Greenwood is filled with mining, forestry, architecture and Japanese internment history. There’s a kaleidoscope of colour along the main street and surrounding neighbourhoods to learn about by picking up a Greenwood Walking Tour guide.
Read about the Mother Lode and Phoenix claims from historic photos, and come to understand the size and scope of operations at the BC Copper Smelter.
Check out the crystals, stickers and postcards for your collection at the gift shop. Kids can also have fun with the “Fun Hunt” around the museum and claim a small prize.
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Access ramp, automatic electric door opener, and two accessible washrooms
No Jail & Courthouse Historic Tour-reservations during 2021 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Meetings are held monthly: 3rd Thursday at 7:00 p.m.