The Shuswap’s Largest Heritage Attraction

Opens for the 2022 Season on May 11

R.J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum  is a registered not-for-profit charitable organization that proudly preserves the history of Salmon Arm and surrounding areas. Located on the east side of Salmon Arm at 751 Highway 97 B , it is the Shuswap's largest heritage destination. It welcomes visitors from far and wide to discover how the early settlers and pioneers of the Shuswap lived. Set on 40 acres of the prettiest farmland in the Shuswap, the site comprises 24 buildings that are either replicas or originals and over 30 exhibits, including the original 1910 Haney House. Your admission includes access to the Heritage Village and Museum, Children's Discovery Centre, Sprig of Heather restaurant, walking trails, daily activities and tours.  
  The Montebello Museum is the recipient of the 2018 Thompson-Okanagan-Kootenay Commercial Building Awards "Award of Merit" and is the Associations Canada 150 Lasting Legacy Project. Nine storefronts complete the Village stories, such as the Salmon Arm Observer, Demers and Tillman Pool Hall and Barbershop, the McGuire General Store, Lingford and Honey Photo Studio and the E.A. Palmer Butcher Shop. It is the home of the Ernie Doe Archives Room, the Museum's collection and the Museum Gallery.
The Children's Museum and Discovery Centre, and the Outdoor Play Area provide hours of playful discovery for families. Located on the main level of the Broadview School House in the heart of the Village, the Children's Museum and Discovery Centre's themes are nature, water, and history. The outdoor play area is located directly behind the Discovery Centre.  
  If you are looking for a unique lunch experience, the Village's licensed full-service restaurant, the Sprig of Heather , offers indoor and outdoor seating for up to 150 guests. It is also the new home for Villains and Vittles Dinner Theatre dinner service. The commercial kitchen handles all the culinary needs for the daily menu and catering for events, weddings and corporate functions at the Heritage Village. Just want to come for lunch? Ask for a free visitor pass to the restaurant at the ticket kiosk.
A must-see is our very popular Villains and Vittles Dinner Theatre Production. You can enjoy a home-cooked meal and live theatre every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday evening in July and August. It is a highlight of Salmon Arm's summer cultural entertainment!
Seating is limited - call 250-832-5243 to reserve your tickets today. The ticket price includes your admission to the Heritage Village.
  The property boasts a 2.5-kilometre walking trail in a woodland setting covering two climatic zones and parallels Canoe Creek. With a Trail Guide in hand, visitors discover the property's natural history and identify the plants used by First Nations and early settlers.
Visitors can also participate in the many special events hosted at the Village with our community partners throughout the season, including High Tea, the Annual Car Show, Harvest Celebration and more.

Some of the best memories are made at R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum, and a visit from May through September is well worth the trip!
For more information on annual passes and events, or to become a member, volunteer or donor, contact R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum by calling 250-832-5243 or check out our website  

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