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Vanderhoof Visitor Centre & Museum

Museums & Heritage Sites, Visitor Centres, Accessibility

Things To Do, Arts & Heritage, Museums & Heritage Sites, Visitor CentresStewart-Cassiar & Highway 16, Northern British Columbia, Vanderhoof

478 West 1st Street Corner of Highway 16 and Pine Street, Vanderhoof, British Columbia, V0J 3A0

Accessibility

This business has self-assessed as having the following accessible attributes. Please contact the business directly for further detail if required.

Mobility

Entrance
  • Entrance has no steps or if there are one or more steps, there is non-slip ramp with a maximum of 5% slope
  • Entry route has a door that is at minimum 815 mm wide
Lobby or Reception Area
  • Lowered counter at the reception or ticket desk
Food Services
  • Accessible path of travel and accessible style tables/booths
Activities & Transportation
  • Key activities are accessible to guests using mobility devices
  • Information displays (if applicable) at a lower height
  • Accessible spaces have clear views of the main activity (i.e. stage, viewing area)
  • Pathways are hard packed surfaces with a maximum slope 5%

Vision

  • Audible alarm and/or public service system
  • Multiple lighting options to improve visibility
  • Audio description headsets available for presentations, films or movies
  • Staff are available to accompany guest through venue as a guide, and to describe the sights

General

High Speed Internet Service
  • Business has high-speed internet service available for video application use
Service Dogs
  • Staff have been trained on guide and service dog policies
  • Business has a dog relief area on site
Additional Information

Washroom is accessible but has inward swing door.

The Vanderhoof Museum is a collection of six historic buildings from Vanderhoof and surrounding area. We are open to the public to learn about Vanderhoof’s history! Stop by the historic (and still operating) OK Cafe for delicious homemade pie and lunch. The Visitor Centre is located in the Board of Trade Building, which was historically used as a community gathering space. Grab some WIFI, brochures, and check out the local art for sale. A large RV parking lot and 1.5km interpretive walking trail are located on site.