The Lower Similkameen Museum is housed in an early 20th century combination jail and courthouse. The museum features the stories of first settlers and the native inhabitants, the establishment of the first trading post and the growth of the community.
The Keremeos Grist Mill dates to the 1880s. It is one of the last working grist mills in Western Canada. Set in the midst of lush, period-style gardens, the mill, store and other period buildings and artefacts carry one back to early times in the history of the region. Photo: grist mill 1: the past lives at BC’s only working grist mill
The Red Bridge celebrates its 100th birthday in 2008. Only one of three remaining covered bridges in BC, the Red Bridge was built over the Similkameen River by the Great Northern Railway, which was racing to beat the Canadian Pacific Railway to link Vancouver with the Kootenays.