Since 1967, the Peace River Museum, Archives and Mackenzie Centre has been telling the story of Peace River.
Its galleries and archives explore the geological creation of the area, from the rich aboriginal heritage, to the fur trade and the evolution of the settlement into the Town of Peace River. The Main Gallery exhibit changes every eight months to depict relevant, engaging historic themes. We offer curriculum-based school programming at the Museum and the NAR Station as well as interpretive walking tours. As a venue for small receptions, the Museum offers a unique environment to gather with family, friends and business associates. Our art wall displays change monthly and features the works of local artists. We also have a wonderful gift shop and book store where a selection of Peace River souvenirs are available for purchase. Call or visit our website for more information, including admission and program fees.