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The Steveston Museum & Tourism Richmond Visitor Centre are located in a heritage building that was built in 1905 as Steveston’s first bank. The friendly Visitor Centre staff are available to help with suggestions for things to see and do in the...more
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3811 Moncton St, Richmond, British Columbia V7E 3A7, Canada
took an hour or so to review and remember our Nishi community in Steveston Village at The Old Post Office/Museum and glad we did. Thought I knew a lot about same but learned more and deepened my appreciation of what the Nishi brought ot our...More
Date of experience: May 2019
VisitRichmondBC, Social Media Manager at Steveston Visitor Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for visiting! We are happy to hear you enjoyed the museum, and had a chance to learn more about the local Japanese-Canadian community.
The staff were very helpful and interesting. We did not need accommodation as this was a day trip but there were plenty available. Lots of leaflets for things to do and places to go. Well worth a visit.
This museum used to be a Post Office with (if my memory serves me correctly) living quarters upstairs. Other than the Cannery Cafe and the Gulf of Georgia Cannery the Steveston Museum is one of the few old time structures remaining in Steveston Village. A...More
This is a great place to learn the historical significance of what was one the village bank. It not only has great museum artifacts but the helpful people at the tourist centre will be happy to provide you all the Brochures you may be interested...More
This PO is now operated by a non-profit society - Steveston Historical Society - and as such we appreciate the local business. It is a struggle to keep the PO open as profit margins are very tight but SHS believes the... More
This PO is now operated by a non-profit society - Steveston Historical Society - and as such we appreciate the local business. It is a struggle to keep the PO open as profit margins are very tight but SHS believes the community needs and wants the PO to remain open. Thanks for your support!