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Fort St. John North Peace Museum

Fort St. John
The Fort St. John North Peace Museum presents the history of the North Peace Region from 10,000 year old Charlie Lake Cave artefacts to the fur trade to the oil and gas industry of today.
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Description

The 136-foot-high oil derrick on 100th Street is a beacon to guide you to the Fort St. John North Peace Museum.

The Fort St. John North Peace Museum has a wide variety of photographs, artefacts, and documents on display as well as several restored historic buildings. You can see a pioneer home, blacksmith’s shop, 1921 school room, 1930s dentist office, Finch's General Store and more! Our historic buildings include a missionary chapel, fur trapper's cabin, British Columbia Police Barracks, and homesteader's cabin.

There’s a small admission fee to see the Museum and tours can be arranged in advance. It’s open Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We also have a gift shop that sells local history books, gifts, clothing, and souvenirs.

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Contact Information

(250) 787-0430 Visit Website
9323 - 100th Street Fort St. John British Columbia V1J 4N4
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