The Oliver Museum is housed in the original BC Provincial Police Station (also known as the 'Oliver Lockup', built in 1923-34. 

Step back in time by entering the Fairview Jail, one of the few remaining intact buildings from our gold mining past!

Guided Downtown Heritage Walking Tours are by donation in the summer months. Call ahead for schedule and meeting location. 

Oliver Museum

Location:  474 School Ave., Oliver BC

Hours:      Sept-May: Tues-Fri 1pm-4pm

                 June-Aug: Tues-Sat 10am-4pm

The Oliver and District Museum is housed in the old BC Provincial Police building, a heritage location that was built in the 1920s. 

Our current feature exhibit is Collections Conundrums, which focuses on the issues small town history museums face surrounding their artifact collections. Enter our Conservation Station, put on a pair of white gloves, and help us process our artifacts - some of the steps include cleaning, identifying, and photographing. 

The Oliver Museum received a new roof in the fall of 2016 courtesy of a generous donation from the late Carolyn Cope and Heritage BC. 

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