Open Mon to Fri: 10am to 4pm, Sat: Noon to 4 pm

Find the perfect gift at the Kitimat Museum Gift Shop

Items that complement Museum interests of natural and community history, for individuals and home

Museum Gift Shop

Come browse through our boutique of items, that compliment Museum interests of natural and community history, for individuals and home!  You can choose from a variety of decorative aluminum gifts including Hoselton sculptures, jewelry, and carvings including First Nations design, artwork, clothing, and much more!

Annual Christmas Gift Store

Three weeks before Christmas each year, the Museum hosts crafters in its upstairs gallery for browsing and sales to the visiting public.  As a visitor, you will have a variety of crafts to consider.  In previous years we have displayed a variety of crafts including quilted items and table runners, jewelry, woven scarves, furniture, soap and bath salts, creams, home decor items, shoulder bags, cards, knitted wearables and stained glass.  If you are a crafter, you may be interested in participating.

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Although Kitimat now has over fifty years of history, there is a much older history to be told of two earlier human settlement periods. “Three Towns: A History of Kitimat” relates the three points during which people settled in the Kitimat River Valley beside the Douglas Channel in the Coastal Mountain Range of British Columbia. Town I tells of the Haisla First Nation in the Valley for generations, and the creation of the Methodist Mission at Kitamaat, permanent village of the Haisla. Town II tells of the explorers, trappers, prospectors, homesteaders, land speculators, and adventurers who passed through the region during the Mission period. Town III is the birth of Kitimat in Northwestern B.C. in the early 1950s with the construction of Alcan’s Kitimat-Kemano Power Project including aluminum smelter and town. Together, the “Three Towns” share the adventuresome spirit and rich history of the Kitimat Valley at the mouth of the Kitimat River in Northwestern B.C.

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