Cranbrook History Centre

57 Van Horne Street South
Cranbrook, BC - V1C 4H9

Type: History Museums
(250) 489-3918
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Situated in the picturesque city of Cranbrook in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, the Cranbrook History Centre is a treasure trove of local heritage and railway history. Open seasonally, typically from spring to fall, this center is a captivating destination for history enthusiasts and railway aficionados alike. The museum houses an impressive collection of artifacts, photographs, and exhibits that chronicle the development of Cranbrook and its pivotal role in the Canadian Pacific Railway's history. Visitors can explore vintage railcars, including a beautifully restored 1920s passenger car, and learn about the impact of the railway on the region's growth. The Cranbrook History Centre actively engages with the community through educational programs and special events, providing a nostalgic journey into the past and a deeper understanding of Cranbrook's historical significance during its operating season.

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Opening Hours Everyday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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