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 (June-August):
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.
July 4th - August 23rd - Kids' Club, ages 6-10, Fridays 1-3pm. Just $8 per session or $60 for all 8 sessions and a free t-shirt!
July 26th - Revisit Historic Mayday with the Museum & Archives during this year's Missionfest. Fun, games, prize baskets and even entertainment from the Fraser Valley Academy of Dance!
August 16th - Guided Historical Downtown Walking Tour - learn about approximately 45 buildings in just a short one-hour walk! $5 per person
Sept 25th - 1920s Night - Historic Fashion Show with a Burger & Brew at the Mission Springs, 5:30-9pm. Tickets $22, by advance purchase only.
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