Creston Museum

Heritage Attractions

Discover the heritage of the Creston Valley and Kootenay Lake Route. Stop in at the Creston Museum to learn about the industries, the people, the activities that built the communities of the Valley.

The Legend Logos & Yaqan Nukiy Heritage Centre is culture in and of itself—local First Nations showcase their beautiful garments and Native artwork, and historical photographs from the early 1900s are on display for a shared experience. Learn about the people who have called the Route home for thousands of years, find a special gift, leave connected.

Creston and Area
Creston’s grain elevators are one of the most significant heritage sites in the Creston Valley. They represent an agricultural industry that exists throughout Creston’s history. They are also among the...
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Creston and Area
The Creston Museum is the place to discover the stories of the Creston Valley. The industries, the people, the activities that built our communities – if you’ve got questions, we’ve...
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Crawford Bay and Area
Take a tour and enjoy the scenery, flowers, and history of the Glass House. Located 25 miles north of Creston, it was started in 1952 by David H. Brown who...
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Crawford Bay and Area
Visit Gray Creek Store and step back in time, browse their three floors of amazing merchandise, and immerse yourself in the captivating flavour of an authentic general store. Their merchandise...
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Creston and Area
The Legend Logos Shop has unique First Nations gifts including buckskin products, crystal dream catchers, and original art embroidered on gift items. A custom embroidery service is also offered. Watch...
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Crawford Bay and Area
Within the Pilot Bay Provincial Park, located on the northern part of the Pilot Peninsula that extends into Kootenay Lake, the The Pilot Bay Lighthouse is the last remaining inland...
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