Vanderhoof Community Museum and Historic Village

Situated on the original village site which existed in 1920s, Vanderhoof Community Museum and Historic Village is a delight for anyone interested in history or cultural tourism.

The extensive collection of artifacts, exhibits and photos are ideal for visitors of all ages while the tours of the historic buildings provide a great interactive learning environment for children and youth (as well as visitors of all ages).

Learn more about Rich Hobson (rancher and the inspiration for the 1966 Nothing too Good for a Cowboy TV series), Mary John, (author of The Stony Creek Woman and recipient of the Queen’s Jubilee Medal and Order of Canada), and the telegraph trail at the Vanderhoof Community Museum and Historic Village.

Guided tours available from early May to late September.

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(250) 567-2991


Hours of Operation:
May - September: 9:30am-5:30pm
7 days a week

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