This is not a museum in the same league as some of the worlds greats, but it does have a lot to offer. Good use has been made of the relatively small space, with the creation of different "rooms". It gives a great overview of Kamloops history and natural environment, and has a number of unique artifacts. There is a separate research room open for all, and a really great kids space with many hands on activities - mostly aimed at primary school aged children where you can even book parties! A great resource for Kamloops. We were happy to give our $3 requested donation for entry.
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