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Bulkley Valley Museum
Ranked #6 of 27 things to do in Smithers
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: Explore the natural and human history of Smithers and the surrounding Bulkley Valley at the Bulkley Valley Museum! Located in the historic Central Park Building, the Museum features engaging and informative temporary and permanent displays on local history and culture, including Driftwood Canyon fossils, and Smithers' "gift to civilization" - the egg carton! Explore the streets of Smithers with our free Culture Crawl walking tour - your guide to historic buildings, gardens, and exhibits around the town. The Museum is fully accessible, has ample on-site parking for RVs, and has a kid-friendly scavenger hunt activity. The Bulkley Valley Museum is yours to discover.
Reviewed 21 August 2011

This is a short visit that will leave you wonder about the B36 story!
This little museum is filled with an interresting collection.The friendly guide makes it more interresting.
The presentation of the exhibits is beautiful and informative..
What an amazing collection...Very educational, bring the kids.
Admission by donation, please leave something !

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