Kimberley Heritage Museum
Kimberley’s history is full of memorable characters, epic adventures, rogue exploits, and charming stories – and you can get to know them up close at the Kimberley Heritage Museum.
Located in the pedestrian downtown core above the Kimberley Public Library, the museum displays and stores a whopping 11,120 artifacts and 12,847 photographs, plus maps, published books, and small items for sale. The main gallery features items, photographs, and interpretive materials of local and general historical interest: mining, sports, household, technology, toys, and seasonally-changed display area. The foyer gallery displays musical instruments and natural history items (no 'spoilers'!), and also serves as a gift counter.
The Kimberley Heritage Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm during the summer, and Monday through Friday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the fall, winter, and spring. For complete hours and further information, visit the Kimberley Heritage Museum website.
The Kimberley District Heritage Society/Kimberley Heritage Museum is located at 105 Spokane Street. Contact them at 250-427-7510