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Heritage Park Museum

When people think of Terrace's history the word “mutiny” is likely not top of mind. Yet during the Second World War the soldiers of the 15th Brigade were part of one of the most serious breaches of discipline in the history of the Canadian military.  Word leaked out that Prime Minister Mackenzie King had decided to enforce conscription and so a demonstration in our city streets ensued.  More details on the famous mutiny can be found at Heritage Park Museum along with many other interesting stories from Terrace’s past.

Upon entering this beautifully restored village, you’ll truly feel as if you’ve stepped back into time.  With eight historical log buildings to explore, you’ll find fascinating artifacts that offer a rare glimpse into the life of pioneers in the early 1900’s.  Imagine the early settlers making coffee on the wood stoves, using the crosscut saws to clear land and ploughs to plant their first crops.

www.heritageparkmuseum.com

  • Website: http://heritageparkmuseum.com/
  • Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
  • Phone: 250-635-4546
  • Address: 4702 Kerby Avenue
    Terrace, British Columbia
    V8G 2W9
    Canada
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