Get acquainted with your ancestors, learn about the Slocan District and spend time browsing at the Silvery Slocan Museum.
Attendants and volunteers are on hand to answer any questions about the museum and the fascinating history of the Slocan Lake area.
The main floor concentrates on the commerce aspects of the 1900’s with a brick bank vault – the last of its kind, a collection of journals, business machines and memorabilia from the New Market Hotel. It also has transportation exhibits.
The second floor depicts a Victorian sitting room and kitchen, furnishings from the early Slocan Community Hospital and artifacts from the old Knox Church. There is also a room dedicated to New Denver Japanese-Canadians.
Open weekends May long weekend to Thanksgiving, 9 am to 4 pm; daily during July and August.
Admission by donation.