Heritage Park Museum is a Municipal Heritage Site and Museum operated by the Terrace and District Museum Society. The Museum sits on 1.73 acres of scenic park land that was originally the first dairy farm in Terrace and later the site of a large WWII army hospital. Ten different buildings sit on the site; eight of these are original log structures relocated to the Museum grounds from various locations in the Terrace area. Within each of the buildings there are artefact displays exhibiting the local settlement history of Terrace and the surrounding area. Displays highlight industries such as logging, mining, trapping, farming, and tourism, as well as the general ways of life of newcomers to this area.
Heritage Park Museum offers tours of the Museum, children’s programming, and walking tours of the local area. The site can be booked for private tours, weddings, corporate picnics, and more. Please call the Museum to find out about booking details and rates.
4702 Kerby Avenue, Terrace, BC
PO Box 512, Terrace, BC V8G 4B5
Learn more at heritageparkmuseum.com