Exhibits & Events
Revelstoke Museum & Archives offers a variety of programs to provide opportunities to learn more about the history of the region, from lunch-hour lectures to walking tours of the historic downtown and the Mountain View Cemetery.
Are you interested in heritage architecture? Do you want to find out how Revelstoke developed as a community? Join us for our Downtown Walking Tours. The one-hour tour will give a snapshot into how the community developed. Find some hidden treasures on this tour. Do you prefer to hear stories of the early settlers of the community? The Heritage Cemetery Tours give an insight into the lives of some of the pioneers, and include unsolved murders, dramatic name changes, ethnic history, and much more.
Brown Bag History
Grab your bag lunch and join us for Brown Bag History. This lunch-hour lecture program has been running since 2003. Every other Wednesday, curator Cathy English or a guest speaker will give a 45 minute illustrated talk on the history of Revelstoke and district. Coffee, tea, and cookies are served. You will want to come early to get a good seat.