The Kitimat Museum & Archives opened in October 1969 and has served Kitimat citizens for the past fifty years as the place for community and natural history, and an exhibition centre for visual arts.
The Kitimat Museum & Archives is located on the traditional and unceded territory of the x̄a’isla Nation.
See what's showing in the Upstairs Art Gallery. The Museum hosts exhibitions on emerging and established artists throughout the year. Rain or shine, it's always the perfect time to come support the Arts!Art Gallery
The Museum displays a collection of Haisla heritage artifacts in its Upstairs Gallery. The collection includes those artifacts held in trust for the Haisla Nation such as the three bent box artifacts with Haisla design.Haisla Heritage Collection
Online Exhibits and Collections
Browse through past exhibits featured at the Kitimat Museum & Archives including the massive Alcan project that was completed in just five years. Look through Kitimat history with these project images.Virtual Exhibits
The Kitimat Museum & Archives has thousands of records on human history artifacts and photographic archival collections unique to the Kitimat Valley and surrounding area, including the Douglas Channel.Online Collections
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Preserving the past, for the future
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