Fort St. John North Peace Museum
The Fort St. John North Peace Museum tells the story of the Fort St. John region from First Nations’ settlements to the oil and gas industries of today.
Operated by the North Peace Historical Society, the Fort St. John North Peace Museum tells the story of the North Peace through interactive exhibits.
Come explore a tepee, trapper’s cabin, blacksmith’s shop, 1921 school room, 1930s dentist office, missionary chapel, 1930 Outpost Hospital room, Finch’s General Store, British Columbia Police Barracks, furnished rooms of a pioneer home, post office, newspaper office, Alaska Highway exhibit, photographs, artefacts, and more! The museum is pleased to provide guided tours when contacted in advance.
The museum’s archives preserve photographs, documents, and genealogical resources.
Local history books and souvenirs are available in the museum gift shop.
The Fort St. John North Peace Museum and North Peace Historical Society connect residents and visitors of all ages to the history and communities of the North Peace River area of British Columbia. We are a welcoming centre where the history of Fort St. John and area is kept alive through the preservation, management, and exhibition of our collection as well as our educational programs and events.