Home to a collection of over 5,500 artifacts including material culture relating to the Indigenous Sinixt people and early settlers, the forestry industry and the Arrow Lakes sternwheelers.
The Centennial building which houses the Nakusp Museum, Public Library and Archives, was constructed in 1911 as Nakusp’s third school.
Tours are available by appointment during the winter months.
Currently closed for the season – re-opening Spring 2023.
Open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am to 3 pm (closed for lunch, noon to 1 pm), mid-May to mid-September.
Nakusp’s Waterfront walkway, pictured above; nearby the Nakusp Museum.
92-6th Avenue NW