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

Museum instructors and volunteers provide educational Museum programs to schools and students in the community.

Museum in the Classroom (MITC) art workshops build on art concepts learned from previous classes and years. Museum Explorers programs offer curriculum‐based learning experiences through the use of artifacts and activities.

Museum in the Classroom

Art Program

Classes on perspective, still life, landscape, and portraiture in watercolour and pastel are delivered January to March. Teachers can book more than one session, building on concepts learned from previous classes and years. Home-schooled students also participate in classes at the Museum.


Bring your class! Contact us to book a tour of the exhibitions.

Exhibitions change 4 to 6 weeks so visit the Gallery several times each year to expose your students to a variety of artists and art.

Museum Explorer Programs

First Nations

First Nations - Cultural overview of Northwest Coast First Nations people. Some topics specific to the Haisla First Nation, but also Northwest Coast life and community presented.
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Pioneer Days

Boys & Girls of the Kitimat Valley - What it was like living and going to school in the Kitimat Valley over 100 years ago? Learn aspects of a child’s work and play ‘a century ago’.
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Fossils & Geology

Ancient Life and Land in the Northwest - Did you know that the entire Kitimat Valley - right up to Terrace was covered in a glacier of ice 25,000 years ago?
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Birds and Animals

Woodland Wildlife - There are many birds and animals that make their home in the Kitimat Valley forest. This concept will be explored in this teaching program.
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