Our intrepid ancestors
Hedley Heritage Museum Society
The Hedley Museum offers:
Admission to the gallery is by donation.
To meet our costs, we hope for $3 per adult.
Children under 15 enter free.
The Museum is well suited to hosting small tours- from 8 to 24 persons, from school classes to seniors. We even open on closed days if we are asked in advance, unless we are doing something like remodelling exhibits. Please call and explain what services you would like well in advance.
Where we are: (link to map)
Hedley is located in British Columbia, Canada, on Highway 3 midway between Princeton and Keremeos.
The Mascot Mine:
These great tours operate through the Snaza'ist Interpretive Center next door to the Museum. We do not do any booking. Please contact the Center to reserve your seat. Go through their website at
100 years since World War 1
"The Hedley Boys"
Starting with the 17 men named on the cenotaph, researchers Jen Douglass and Andy English have followed the proportionally huge contribution our small town made during the war. They are contiuing to add to this record as people contact them with more stories.
They will be telling the story at:
Penticton Library in October and on November 11 at the Hedley Cenotaph, Seniors' Center, and Museum.
Meetings are usually held monthly on the first Monday at 6:00 P.M. They welcome members and interested persons.
Museums never stop! Our volunteers will take a well-earned rest and then begin their winter projects, expanding the Museum's database to include textual information files (the database is now largely centered on the photo collection), documenting new contributions to our collections, and doing more writing and special projects dear to our hearts and talents..
During the winter season, we will welcome visits from past residents or their families, small tour groups, researchers, or others with special interests. Please leave a phone message at 250-292-8787 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.