Vanderhoof museum and visitor’s centre. (Black Press file photo)

Vanderhoof got more tourists this year passing through the visitor’s centre in June

The Vanderhoof museum and visitor’s centre had a lot of activity in June this year in comparison to the previous years.

Over 1400 people visited the museum and visitor’s centre in June. In 2018, there were 1214 visitors in the same month and 865 in 2017.

A number of projects were completed at the site as well, which are as follows — painting of display platforms, new farm displays in Board of Trade, dismantling of bottle room in OK hotel, new staircase built on the south side of Murray House;

Other work included, clean-up of debris surrounding Royal Bank, restoration of many farm artifacts on the grounds and 150 students were given school tours in June as well.

The information above was discussed at the July 22 regular public meeting.


Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

aman.parhar@ominecaexpress.com

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