Explore Kilby Historic Site
BC’s Museum of Rural Life
Located near the junction of the Harrison and Fraser Rivers, the Kilby Historic Site stands as the only reminder of the once thriving community of Harrison Mills, British Columbia, Canada.
Step back in time and enjoy a leisurely tour of the Kilby Historic Site with its magnificent 1906 General Store Museum. Visitors will view a fascinating gallery of product packaging dating back to the 1920s and 1930s. Don’t miss the intriguing artifacts in the heritage Post Office and Manchester House Hotel; both were an integral part of the Harrison Mills community at the turn of the twentieth century.
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We are a charity non-profit historical society and rely on the generous support of those who share our passion to keep our site sustainable.
Farm animals teach us all to be gentle, teaching us as we learn to be brave. Our curious and kind animals capture the hearts of visitors and staff alike and offer a multi-sensory experience on-site. This raffle allows everyone to be involved in the well-being of our farm animals.
Our Mission is to be caretakers of the past and builders of the future. The Kilby Historic Site exists to encourage the next generation to be inspired by and learn about the rural history of Harrison Mills. Its’ stories are of great importance to British Columbia.
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Reviews from Trip Advisor
Wonderful The people especially the woman who work in the general store were amazing. They played with special old toys and... read more
Informative and enthusiastic staff A visit that had exceeded my expectations. A site which provides an insight into 1920s life in a logging... read more