Arts, Culture & History Tours
Greenwood is a living museum of 1890s and early 1900s architecture with a remarkable array of historic buildings and structures of note.
The region's relatively dry climate has played an important role in helping to preserve this collection of mostly wood-frame homes, commercial and government buildings.
Greenwood Heritage Walk
Take a self-guided walking tour and trace the history of Greenwood from the exuberant optimism of its origins as a booming mining community, through the "bust" years following the collapse of the copper industry and its unlikely rejuvenation as a wartime Japanese-Canadian internment camp, to the town's role as a turn-of-the-millennium movie set.