The Best Landmarks in Kamloops

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Kamloops, BC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


7 Seymour Street West, Kamloops, BC V2C 1E4

Since 1873

Landmark, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, House, Heritage Buildings, Slate Roof, Rolled Copper Roof Ridge, Balustrades, Parapeted Gables, Turret, Cupola, Oriel Window, Cornerstone Quoins and Accents, Heraldic Arms, Ceramic Mosaic Entrance Floor, Oak and Fir Doors and Trim, Judge’s Bench, Witness Stand, Prisoner’s Dock & Juror’s Box

Architects Honeyman and Curtis designed the courthouse - The elaborate stained glass windows were designed by C. Bloomfield, who also designed the windows of the BC Legislative Buildings

Tue - Fri 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun & Mon Closed

The Old Courthouse is a beautiful venue with several areas to explore. The Courthouse Gallery has lovely local Artists' works for sale. The Arnica Art Gallery hosts local artisans works and is totally volunteer open hours. The Arts Council has their office within as well and they are responsible for big events such as Art in the Park and hosting Art exhibits of their own. The building was purchased by the City of Kamloops to be a Cultural Institution to be proud of in a heritage building.

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207 Seymour Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 2E7

Since 1937

Museums, Exhibits, Art Collection, Largest Archive, Wheelchair Accessible, Children’s Museum, Temporary Exhibit Gallery, Third Floor Permanent Galleries, Book Store, Cemetery Search, School Programs, Architectural Buildings, Craftsman Style Houses, Wood Siding, Exposed Posts, Beams, Brackets & Rafters

Admission is by donation - Exhaustive collection of over 20,000 artifacts and one of the Interior’s Oldest & Largest Archives

Price: $1.00 Per Child & $3.00 Per Adult

Tue - Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm Mon & Sun Closed

Excellent knowledgeable service. Staff made adjustments to accommodate our restricted availability due to our travel schedule. We were able to get all the information we needed in a very short time.
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200-330 Chief Alex Thomas Way, Kamloops, BC V2H 1H1

Since 1982

Museum, Pit House, Ethnological Garden, Traditional Schweppes Plants, Heritage Park, Pit-Houses, Summer Tule Mat Lodges, Unique Food Preparation Structures, Exhibitions, Historical Photographs, Illustrations, Artifacts, Coyote Rocks, Visual Land Markers, Outdoor Area & Community Programs

More than a kilometer of trails lead visitors through the Archaeological remains of a 2,000-year-old Secwepemc winter village site which feature 4 reconstructed winter pit-houses and summer tule mat lodges with various unique food preparation

Price: General Admission (18+) $10.00, Youth (7 - 17 year) $6.00, Student (Post-Seconds) $7.00, Elder (60+) $7, Family (2 Adults & 2 Youth) $20 & Guided Tour Group Rate (10+ People) $9 per person

Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat & Sun Closed

One of the best, and most comprehensive First Nations museums in B.C that I have been to. If you love anthropology/archaeology you will probably find yourself spending hours here as I did. While I could have done without the introductory video, I did find the museum displays to be very well presented, informative, and well lit. Interesting displays and dioramas certainly complimented the museum. Great place to have a pick nick . Well worth the money!

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