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If you want a glimpse into life in this area during the 1950-1970 period, this is a wonderful place to visit. Several old buildings have been moved here (some built in the early 1900s), and extensive items from the period have been collected.
Sometimes kids just need to run and there is lots of room for that. While the adults loved the exhibits and the history the littles in the group loved the open spaces and ability to run. The fire hall was a favourite as the kids...More
Stopped in here with time to kill and there went two and a half hour. Entrance is by donation.
Lots of history and rather open to the public which is nice. They try to target before 1950 and did quite well. The houses are small...More
We attended a wedding at the Pioneer Village hall. the wedding took place in the Rose Garden which was a lovely setting for a small wedding. It does not have seating but for a short ceremony it is a lovely venue. We went through several...More
This is a great place to learn about the history of Dawson Creek area. Stroll along the wooden boardwalk visiting the different buildings from around the area. There are antiques from people from the area and their lifestyle of the early 1900s. Would have spent...More
Love this place. We actually go at least once every summer just to get our vintage photos done!! the photographer is a blast and you will never leave unhappy. The houses are all completely set up as they would have been 100+ years ago which...More
Glad we caught this a couple of days before it closed for the season at the end of Sept. Something for everyone: the history buff, the antique and collector hound, the old vehicle and machinery enthusiast, etc. Make this a stop on your trip through...More
Nice to be able to walk around at your own pace and view the different settings. They don't have an admission fee, but ask for a donation. I liked the log cabin the most. The way they had it set up looked like someone actually...More