Happy Canada Day! We’re excited to be back at the Port Moody Station Museum, this time with our vision of Port Moody in 2020 after the Evergreen Line and Station have been completed. We imagine that somethings have changed, yet other have remained the same.
Below is a teaser image because, we’ll always want to be having Fish and Chips on a gloriously sunshiny day like today. Come check our display out and learn more about the Port Moody Station Museum!
Experience Port Moody’s past at the Station Museum. Explore the historical displays in the 105 year old train station and take a walk through our restored 1921 Venosta railcar. We will be featuring our futuristic Lego exhibit of Port Moody, “Yesterday and Tomorrow” created by the Vancouver Lego Club. Then we will get our guests to travel back in time as they view Jim Buckley’s zoomed-in model of Port Moody’s main street in the 1930s. We also have the Morse Telegraph Society joining us to demonstrate their telegraphy skills!
The Port Moody Station Museum is owned by the Port Moody Heritage Society and is located in Port Moody’s 1908 CPR Station. The building and displays illustrate the role of the station in the community and the early development of Port Moody.
For complete information head to the Port Moody Station Museum website.
2734 Murray St. Port Moody, British Columbia V3H 1X2
Located next to Rocky Point Park in Port Moody, the Station Museum is a gem of rail history and local heritage in the Tri Cities area of the Lower Mainland.
Parking is free for Museum visitors. Our parking lot can accommodate many cars or one large bus.
Summer Hours (Victoria Day to Labour Day):10am – 5 pm every day (CLOSED Labour Day)
Admission by Donation
We suggest a donation of $2 per person. Your contributions are important and help keep our doors open. We ask you to give what you can.