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We were in Whistler for a conference, so a walk through the Whistler Museum was a welcome break. This local museum is unpretentious and easy to take, chocked full of surprising original artefacts from earlier days of skiing, and reaching national and international heights from...More
This is a small museum, but there are plenty of info plaques so you can actually learn something. I was especially keen to see the Olympic memorabilia, & wasn't disappointed! I was surprised that visitors could actually touch an Olympic torch & medals. And they...More
We always like to visit local museums, getting some background on the history of a community or area. The museum is small, only asks for a donation, but is very well done. There history and development of Whistler and the history leading to the 2010...More
went to the musuem not knowing what to expect. from the displays to the knowledgeable and funny guides it was a great experience learning about the first people who lived in canada and how their life was. if you have a couple of hours, do...More
This tiny museum is worth a visit. Admission - free will donation. You will learn about the history of how Whistler grew from a cottage to the stage of Winter Olympics. They've got interesting exhibits, including the Olympic torch.
It is just beside the Whistler...More