All Places in ‘Arts & Culture’

  • Fairview Fine Arts Centre

    The Fairview Fine Arts Centre is a little gem in the Heart of the Peace. With art shows, classes and various events throughout the year, you will want to keep an eye on what’s happening at the Fairview Art’s Centre! A Bit About Our History The Fairview Fine Arts Centre read more

  • Brownvale North Peace Agricultural Museum

    The Brownvale museum is an agricultural and a historic attraction not to be missed. There are many artifacts including farm machinery, with over 30 tractors dating back to 1900, road-building equipment and horse-powered equipment. What makes these machines special is that they are the only ones in the province and most read more

  • Fairview RCMP Centennial Museum

    Located in downtown Fairview, and originally a RCMP residence, the Fairview RCMP Centennial Museum depicts a typical home from the 1920s era. With displays on the main and upper floor, basement and porch, this museum is literally filled with artifacts, displays, and photos that capture and preserve the history of read more

  • Fairview Pioneer Museum

    This ten acre parcel of land just north of Fairview will eventually become a townsite, complete with farm, oilfield, sawmill and demonstration areas. The artifacts are currently being displayed in the restored MacDonald school, Hull house, John Sweeney cabin and Fairview Agencies buildings, while other historical buildings, which have been read more

  • World’s Largest Railroad Spike

    Where is the World’s Largest Railroad Spike?  In Hines Creek!! When WWII broke out, construction on the railroad in northern Alberta came to a halt – in Hines Creek.  The line sat unfinished until well after the war was over, but has long since completed.  During the time after the read more

  • 12 Foot Davis Memorial Site

    Henry Fuller Davis struck it rich in the mid-1800s on a 12 Foot gold claim in northern British Columbia, earning him around $12,000 as well as the “12 Foot Davis” nickname. Spending much of his life as a fur trader on the Peace River, he left his mark on many places read more

  • Spirit River Museum

    The Spirit River and District Museum is more than a museum. It is truly a stopping place for visitors. The museum is always bussling with visitors and local residents enjoying special events, swapping stories and enjoying the many, many displays. Surrounded by several historic buildings, the Spirit River and District read more

  • Nampa Museum

    In Nampa, “A Place Close to the Heart,” the Museum illustrates this closeness in its presentation of the story of Nampa and area, from the days that the Aboriginal peoples roamed, to the arrival of settlers to turn the land to farming in hope of better lives, to the challenges read more