Museum

MUSEUM


FUN FACT

Boardwalk

One of the most popular things to do in Stewart is to walk the boardwalk. This boardwalk was built to imitate the old road to Hyder, Alaska. You can still see the remains of what’s left of the pillars!

Overview

 
The Stewart Museum, operated by the STEWART HISTORICAL SOCIETY, brings the past to life.
 
Being Canada's most Northerly ice-free seaport as well a remote town that fluctuates with the booms and busts of the mining industry, Stewart has a compelling past that is worth taking a look at.
 
Located on 703 Brightwell Street, stop by to learn about the history of this beautiful town.
 
PDF: Museum website presentation