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The Boundary Museum Society was established in 1958, and incorporated in 1980. From its inception until 2009, the Boundary Museum Society operated out of the downtown core of Grand Forks, BC. In 2009, the Boundary Museum moved into the former...more
6145 Reservoir Rd, Grand Forks, British Columbia V0H 1H5, Canada
We visited this museum yesterday (Nov 15). What a wonderful surprise it was. Although we visited during a school field trip, we were able to view all the displays and there were many. The Mining processes, the early photos, the displays that showed early life...More
We visited Grand Forks for the day in July. The City pleasantly surprised us. We expected something different, like a small town along the central road. The city full of history. Lots of interesting places to see and chat with local people about city formation....More
This is a late review but needs to be said.FANTASTIC place to learn about the local history of Grand Forks. Also a great place to get freshly milled flour- brown and white. Best flour i have ever baked and cooked with.
A little but packed museum, the displays give a good idea of what it was like a few decades ago, in this part of the province. Thoroughly enjoyed my visit and took lots of pix to show my family. Highly recommended for all ages and...More
This is former and still to some extent, Doukhobor country. Lots of history about these people here. This was formerly a Doukhobor school. Nice museum with lots of information.
From Wikipedia: he Doukhobors are a Christian sect who in 1899 established a number of commune-style...More
Great historical information of the Grand Forks and Boundary area. Specifically, on the welcoming Doukhabour community. Great volunteers and friendly staff with support from the City of Grand Forks, have put together wonderful displays, housed in a historical Doukhabour building. A must see!