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First of let me say I'm a little biased as I am a forester in Scotland so for me this was high up on my list to visit. Even so this donation run small museum is a great place to visit. Loads of history and...More
I thoroughly enjoyed this small museum just outside of Revelstoke on the side road to the Revelstoke Dam Visitor center. Lots of old logging equipment, but also good small exhibits on reforestation, fire fighting, and the Pine Beetle.
The staff was very friendly and engaging....More
These kinds of museums really make me happy. It’s not fancy or big and its not slick. But it’s run to keep the legacy of the industry alive. This was hard work and you can see it, I hope this place get popular enough so...More
We stopped in on our way back from a dip at Martha creek. Was really cool seeing all the old logging equipment on site and reading the history. Also has a great vantage point of the dam. A great place for a quick history lesson...More
nice stop just off of hwy 23 on the same road as the Revelstoke dam with good parking . We toured both places in the same afternoon. At first glance it looks like a small building that can't have much but we were pleasantly surprised...More
We stopped here because we had also visited the adjacent Dam. There is an interesting display of forestry work including tools etc. Outside, there are a few awesome exhibits, including an enormous tree trunk on a trailer.
We stopped in as part of a day trip from Victoria. My son loves trains and machinery and we thought the museum would be a good spot. They are in the process of adding some new exhibits which will be good. Overall it's very educational...More
After hours i could convince my wife to visit the BC interior forestey museum. What a great disappointment. The museum was just an exhibit of old equipment. Very limited educational value. The topic has great potential but. We were looking to understand the difference between...More