Yale Historic Site

Museums & Heritage Sites

31187 Douglas Street, Yale, British Columbia, V0K 2S0

Yale Historic Site Accessibility

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The Yale Historic Site encompasses several properties in the town of Yale. A heritage building built in the 1870s, the Creighton House is home to our museum, gift shop, archives and Beth Clare garden. Indoor exhibits include artifacts and photographs showcasing the diverse history of Yale. Outdoor exhibits include a Tent City, showing life during the gold rush of 1858 and St John the Divine, built in 1863, one of the oldest church’s in BC. The Ward Tea House serves tea, coffee, cold beverages, hot lunches, sandwiches, soups and desserts and The Johnny Ward Guest House originally built as a family home in 1863 by William Johnny H. Ward but now dating to 1880, is a Bed and Breakfast.