The Fort Nelson Heritage Museum is situated just west of the historic Mile 300 milepost on the world famous Alaska Highway

The museum buildings and grounds house a large collection of vehicles and equipment, including items from World War II when the Highway was being built. 

Preserving the Past

for the Future

Marl's Story

Marl Brown, the founder and curator

Marl is often the first one there in the morning and last to leave at night. The museum and everything in it is Marl's passion and life's work. 

 

Visit

 

Due to Covid opening hours are subject to change. Please phone ahead to confirm.

OPEN HOURS

MID MAY - MID SEPTEMBER

7 DAYS A WEEK

10 AM - 7 PM

OFF-SEASON BY APPOINTMENT

PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO CONFIRM

ADMISSION

ADULT $7

SENIOR $5

YOUTH $5

FAMILY $15

OFF SEASON $3

GROUP RATE BY REQUEST

RV AND BUS TOURS BY APPOINTMENT

 

ADDRESS

5553 ALASKA HIGHWAY

FORT NELSON, BC

INFO@FORTNELSONMUSEUM.CA

TEL.250-774-3536

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We are pet friendly, pets should be leashed, free water and dog treats available.

Gift shop is open during regular hours and in December with special holiday hours.