The Mission Museum is located in Mission, BC, Canada, and is dedicated to upholding the goals of the Mission District Historical Society: "Recording our History, Educating the Community, Preserving our Heritage."
Operated by the Society, the Mission Museum exists for the purpose of preserving the history of Mission by way of the collection, preservation, documentation, research and interpretation of three-dimensional objects related to our community's history, making it available to all people through exhibits, events and public programming.
Our collection consists of over 10,000 objects which have been donated over the years by businesses, organizations and individual members of the community.
Museum Hours of Operation:
General Admission by Donation
Suggested minimum donation:
$2 - Adults
$1 - Children & Seniors
$5 - Families
The Museum is located in downtown Mission, at 33201 Second Avenue, just above Welton Street.
BC Heritage Week 2015 - Main Street: At the Heart of a Community
The Mission Museum and Mission Community Archives are extremely proud to have WON the Heritage Week 2015 Contest for the following exhibit!
"Picture Yourself on Mission's Main Street"
An interactive joint exhibit created by the Mission Museum and Mission Community Archives - housed at the Mission Museum. Put on a costume piece, or stay in your contemporary clothing, and snap a photo in front of our green screen. Then, use the app to step back in time and into an Archival photos of Mission's Main Street! - Create your own photo during open hours @ MISSION MUSEUM
Check out our feature on page 4 of the latest Heritage BC Quarterly Magazine
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