Journey through the past and experience the present.

Revelstoke is built on a varied past of the railway, industry, and mountain tourism. Its present is steeped in arts and culture. Don't miss an opportunity to experience what makes Revelstoke the truly special community that it is.  Our emerging arts scene is a source of community pride. Look for Revelstoke's public "Art Alleries" in the heart of downtown, or our public art gallery, which features exhibitions of primarily local artists.

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Revelstoke Railway Museum vintage trains

Revelstoke's present is built on its industrial past. For a glimpse into our history, check out the Revelstoke Railway Museum, the Revelstoke Museum and Archives, or the BC Interior Forestry Museum.

Revelstoke's cultural scene is led by the Revelstoke Arts Council, who bring incredible shows to town and support our burgeoning community of artists and performers. Check out community calendar to find out what's happening during your visit.

The Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre showcases local and regional artists, and is a great place to visit while you're in town. Downtown there are many shops that feature the work of local artists, and our summer and winter farmers markets are a great chance to pick up some local art.

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Art & Culture Stories
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The Story Behind Revelstoke’s Art Alleries

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LUNA Arts Festival

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Things You Didn’t Know about Revelstoke

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Discover the Awe-Inspiring History of Revelstoke

Arts & Culture providers

Revelstoke Dam Visitor Centre
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Rogers Pass Discovery Centre & National Historic Site
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BC Interior Forestry Museum
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Revelstoke Museum and Archives
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Three Valley Lake Chateau
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Revelstoke Railway Museum & The Last Spike
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Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre
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Tiny Timber Designs
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Jumping Creek Pottery
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Kat Cadegan Jewellery
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Heritage Walking Tours
Learn about historic Revelstoke

Join the Revelstoke Museum and Archives for historic walking tours this summer. Contact the Museum to book your place today. Physical distancing measures apply so space is limited.

Join a walking tour