Welcome to the

South Peace Centennial Museum

Preserving the Past-For the Future


Located between Beaverlodge and Hythe


Over 50 Years South Peace Centennial Museum

The Museum is currently closed for the season


The South Peace Centennial Museum and interpretive Centre is operating since 1967.

This charming 40 acre agricultural pioneer village features hundreds of restored antique tractors, rare steam engines, stationary engines, horse drawn wagons, carriages and antique automobiles. Walk about the grounds to admire the gardens or browse the historic pioneer buildings full of antiques just the way they were years ago.

Visit the homesteaders' cabins, trading post, church, school, grist mill, community hall, and general store.  Experience a working day in the life of a pioneer strolling through the blacksmith shop, barn, carriage house and railway buildings.

Dig deep into our heritage and discover the skills, knowledge and wits of our  forefathers, that have build this country without the power of modern technique, electricity or transportation.


Restoration work in progress includes a Pioneer elevator recently moved to the site.


The South Peace Centennial Museum was celebrating its 50 th anniversary in 2017. now over 50 years of service and still going strong.


The museum features thousands of artifacts on display in our mission to "Preserve the Past ~ For the Future".


Hours of Operation

Open from the May 15 to the August last Sunday

10 am to 6 pm daily


Daily:  $5

Events - Pioneer Days & Fall Festival: $10

Parking free

Unserviced camping fee $10/night

The South Peace Centennial Museum is located on Highway 43,  in an area rich in heritage, it nestles at the foot of a hill just 2 km North West of Beaverlodge along Highway 43. Approximately another 90 km NW takes you to Dawson Creek,  British Columbia, and the beginning of the  Alaska Highway and the Hart Highway south to the BC interior.

Beaverlodge is also the point of origin for the Monkman Pass Trail Driving Tour, home of the Euphremia McNaught Foundation and the Historic McNaught Homestead. It is located approximately 5 hours Northwest of Edmonton, on route to Alaska.


- from east and south-east from Edmonton and area, along highway 43 to Grande Prairie,  then continue on highway 43 past Beaverlodge for 2 Km to the museum. Look for the elevator on your right.


- from north of Grande Prairie along highway 2 to Grande Prairie then west along highway 43

past Beaverlodge for 2 Km to the museum. Look for the elevator on your right.


- from Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Prince George and Chetwynd along Highway 97 to Dawson Creek,  then along Highway 2 to the Alberta Border, past Hythe 12 Km to the museum site.  Look for the elevator on your left.


- from south from Jasper, Alberta, east along highway 16, then north on highway 40 to Grande Prairie then continue west  on highway 43 past Beaverlodge for 2 km to the museum.