Whistler Museum and Archives
Located in the heart of the resort, the Whistler Museum is the place to discover Whistler's history and unique mountain culture. The Museum offers a variety of exhibits year-round, plus a busy program of seminars, interactive activities and other events to suit all ages.
The Evolution of Skiing in Whistler
Take a trip through history and learn how both the town of Whistler and the sport of skiing have evolved through the years. An extensive exhibit, with engaging stories, historical photographs, multi-media presentations and displays including a complete original gondola cabin!
- Whistler's Natural Environment and Geology
- The History of Whistler Restrooms
- Gift Shop with unique gifts, local artwork, and books on local history
Valley of Dreams Walking Tour
Uncover the stories of Whistler - join a local guide as they recount the stories of Whistler's dreamseekers during a leisurely stroll through picturesque Whistler Village. Jam-packed with little known tidbits of history, this tour takes both locals and visitors on a journey that reveals the secrets behind Whistler's rise to the mecca of outdoor recreation.
Date: Times for Summer 2017 will be added when released.
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 PM
Cost: By Donation ($5 suggested per person)
Where to Meet: Whistler Visitor Centre
Whistorical: The Official Whistler Museum Blog
Stay in contact with the Museum and enjoy regular, entertaining posts on the official blog.
The Museum offers a number of different educational programs for visitors and groups:
- Multimedia Presentations on the history of Whistler
- Tour Operators & Activity Planners Program
- School Programs and Teacher Resources
- Venue Rental
The Museum is located at 4333 Main Street, behind the Whistler Public Library and Florence Petersen Park.
Hours: Open 7 days a week from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, please contact for opening hours on holidays.
Admission: Admission to the Museum is currently by donation.
- 4333 Main Street
Whistler, BC V0N 1B0