A must see, even if you're just driving through. Easy access off the old highway, lots of parking. Particularly good on a rainy day! The museum presents the history of First Nations, fishing and logging in a factual way with exhibits you can touch, see, smell and hear. Also a temporary exhibit on the big wildfire of 1938. Be sure to watch the short movie on Ripple Rock.
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