This BC Family Day weekend (Feb. 18th-19th) from 11AM to 5PM, come down to the Peachland Museum and enjoy a day of riding the rails through the Okanagan Valley circa 1960! Bring your family and experience the sights and sounds of the KVR & Steamships, and learn about the places and people as you interact …
The reprint of the wildly popular and sold out “Peachland Memories Vol. 2” now titled; The Pioneer Families of Peachland, is NOW AVAILABLE for purchase at the Museum! This volume contains the full Personal Histories section in addition to a comprehensive Index, and errata, painstakingly compiled by the volunteer staff at the Museum. This Index will be linked below, …
A team from UBCO has spent countless hours pouring through our paper records and photo binders, scanning thousands of items in an effort to create centralized digital access to historical information. Go check it out! https://doh.arcabc.ca/islandora/object/peach%3Aroot
The Peachland Volunteer Fire Brigade and the Peachland Historical Society have come together to construct a small Display Building beside the Museum. This building houses a Fire Brigade Hose Cart and the historic Harrington Sprayer. The exhibit is open, please stop by and take a look!
A brief recount of the history and renovation of the Historic Peachland School. Produced by the Peachland Visitor Center. Pick up your copy at the Museum for $15.75
Back by popular demand! The re-print of the first volume of the original Peachland Memories books! The history and people of Peachland from the beginning to 1983. Pick up your copy at the Museum for $15
The Museum will be operating on our Winter Schedule from September 1st to June 1st. Daily Open Hours are 1-6 pm most weekdays and weekends, and 7-9pm on Wednesdays for Train Running Sessions. As always; If you see the OPEN signs please come in and visit! Please keep in mind that we are volunteer run 🙂
Click on the link to download the slideshow! ; Peachland WW1 Dead