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Maple Ridge Museum: open hours

Maple Ridge Museum

22520 - 116 Avenue

Maple Ridge, BC

In-person History & heritage Indigenous Intercultural Museum

Visit us at the Maple Ridge Museum this Culture Days season! Explore our 110 year old heritage home while viewing fascinating artifacts from our community's history. Learn about the diverse multiculturalism of Maple Ridge, the original founding communities, and the extensive industry that built our city. Don't miss the incredible train diorama downstairs too! Re-created from photographs, the model represents the community of Port Haney as it was in 1920. Check our website for up to date opening hours. Admission is free!

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

Maple Ridge Museum website

This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

  • The Maple Ridge Museum & Community Archives at 22520-116 avenue, Maple Ridge. This building served as the Manager's house of Port Haney Brick & Tile for 80 years prior to it becoming a museum. The Maple Ridge Museum & Community Archives at 22520-116 avenue, Maple Ridge. This building served as the Manager's house of Port Haney Brick & Tile for 80 years prior to it becoming a museum.
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Caboose 437115 began its life in 1944 at CPR’s Montreal Angus Shops. It has been a part of the Maple Ridge Museum since 1991. Canadian Pacific Railway Caboose 437115 began its life in 1944 at CPR’s Montreal Angus Shops. It has been a part of the Maple Ridge Museum since 1991.
  • The DARS train model at the Maple Ridge Museum depicting Port Haney in the 1920s The DARS train model at the Maple Ridge Museum depicting Port Haney in the 1920s

Organized by

Maple Ridge Historical Society

Dedicated to preserving local history since 1957, the Maple Ridge Historical Society operates the Maple Ridge Museum and the Haney House Museum. The Maple Ridge Museum has been open, just off Haney Bypass, since the early 1980s and it houses a permanent collection, a temporary gallery, and an incredible train model of 1920s Port Haney. We preserve and maintain a large collection of historic artifacts, photographs, and archival records, while engaging the community through special events, educational programs, and outreach opportunities.

Location

22520 - 116 Avenue

Maple Ridge, BC

Event Contact

Melissa Rollit

mrmeventplanner@gmail.com

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.