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For Families

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Revelstoke CPR Station from the hill above, circa 1940s. Earle Dickey photograph.
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Family-friendly Amenities

About spaces in the Museum including the garden. Exhibits catered to families.

Exploring a museum with young children can be a challenge. This is why we have a children's play area that museum visitors are welcome to use. 

 

Programs for kids

About spaces in the Museum including the garden. Exhibits catered to families.

Exploring a museum with young children can be a challenge. This is why we have a children's play area that museum visitors are welcome to use. 

 
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A Building with a history

Our beautiful building was constructed in 1926 as the Revelstoke Post Office and Customs, on a site chosen in 1910 by Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier. The building became home to Revelstoke Museum & Archives in July 1974.

 

 

Activities in Revelstoke