Our historic buildings are open each year from spring to early fall (as long as overnight temperatures are above 0°C). Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross – a missionary chapel from the 1930s. Check out our replica trapper’s cabin set up to depict trapping in the late 1900s. Explore the 1910 British Columbia Police Barracks and Jail – our oldest historic building. Discover the “shack with class” – a 1940s home built by Paddy Carroll that had many uses over the years from house to store selling Indigenous handicrafts and western wear. Don’t forget to look at the equipment around our yard. From a tall oil derrick and pump jack to our polio bath garden and milepost sign, there are lots of items to explore. Take a peek at the equipment and vehicles in the red pole shed at the back of our parking lot.