Kilby Historic Site

Museums & Heritage Sites, Accessibility

Things To Do, Arts & Heritage, Museums & Heritage SitesFraser Valley & Fraser Canyon, Harrison Mills, Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

215 Kilby Road School Road, Harrison Mills, British Columbia, V0M 1L0


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


  • Designated accessible parking near an accessible entrance that is specifically marked
  • Entrance has no steps or if there are one or more steps, there is non-slip ramp with a maximum of 5% slope
Lobby or Reception Area
  • Lowered counter at the reception or ticket desk
Activities & Transportation
  • Accessible spaces have clear views of the main activity (i.e. stage, viewing area)


  • Multiple lighting options to improve visibility
  • Customer service staff have been trained, and prepared to verbally describe rooms, menus, business amenities and contracts/waivers in detail
  • Staff are available to accompany guest through venue as a guide, and to describe the sights


Emergency Plan
  • Emergency plan includes staff trained to provide in-person assistance for people with mobility, visual and hearing requirements
High Speed Internet Service
  • Business has high-speed internet service available for video application use
Service Dogs
  • Business has a dog relief area on site
Supporting Programs
  • Business accepts Access2Card (

Experience a 1920s Fraser Valley living history site with costumed interpreters. This 5 acre BC Heritage attraction includes our 1906 General Store Museum, Manchester House Hotel & Post Office, friendly farm animals and orchard playground. Site facilities include our home-style restaurant and unique country gift shop. Within walking distance, at the confluence of both the Fraser and Harrison rivers, is Kilby Park; a scenic 34 site campground with sandy beaches, nature trails and boat launch. At Kilby Historic Site you will be pleasantly surprised with the preservation of the only remaining buildings of a once thriving mill town from the turn of the last century. Costumed interpreters encourage you to step back in time as you relive history during your visit. Whether you are visiting the shopkeeper in the general store, or having a conversation with the farmhand, you will experience first-hand just how life was in the 1920s in rural British Columbia. Closed… Re-opening Apr 18, 2019