Guided tours daily. This fascinating pioneer community has more than 25 rescued and restored historic buildings, gathered from around British Columbia, as well as replicas of local buildings all furnished and on display.
The Historic Ghost Town is assembled near the site of the original town of Three Valley, which swelled and subsided in the 1880s.
The Golden Wheel Saloon, featuring an authentic 19th century bar, is a popular stop on the guided Ghost Town tour. The tour also includes the historic three storey Hotel Bellevue from Sicamous, plus many other buildings you would expect in such a town; general store, barber shop, school, blacksmith shop, tobacco shop, jewellery store, trappers cabin, jail and a furniture repair shop.
Highlights of the guided tour:
Railway Roundhouse – an impressive variety of railway displays, featuring the 1922 locomotive, business coaches and private coaches from the early steam era. Antique Auto Museum – a collection of restored autos dating from 1902 to 1929.
Open mid-May through early October; sorry no pets allowed on property.