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My husband and have been to this museum a few times. It's hard to find anyone there to answer questions you have. I guess not enough volunteers. The exhibit inside is pleasant, if there is a birthday party for children it is impossible to get...More
A small museum filled with interesting railway facts. There are some artifacts that are interactive - bells and a giant train whistle. Kids might get bored, but adults will be more than fascinated with a step back in time. Free parking is available. Donations accepted...More
Found a geocache (geocaching.com) outside the Port Moody Station Museum and the decided to look inside and we were fascinated by the items found there and the history. Also a real rail car out side. We were able to tell our daughter and show her...More
In a nice setting with interesting things to look at and do both inside and outside. Look inside the old train car, walk into a reconstructed WWI trench, or learn about Port Moody history in the engaging exhibits.
The station needs some financial backing to update it. They have had different teas on the train, but they don't have enough power and fuse blew out a few times. They cannot have food in there unless it's catered, some kind of health law. So...More
For the history or train buffs, this little local museum uses its limited space in many creative ways... Always fun to check in and see what is happening... Like dropping in and trying an actual replica simulating trench warfare conditions, or attending a concert insight,...More
A good field trip for the whole family, something for every age. The newly created trenches at the back of the museum are very real. A place to reflect for Remembrance day, just take a look when its not raining! Have fun.