The North Vancouver Story
North Vancouver Museum
Presentation House Arts Centre, 209 West 4th Street
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, noon to 5 pm
In one of the world’s most spectacular settings, human activity has shaped the environment and has been shaped by it. Learn the story of North Vancouver’s rise from an isolated logging town to today’s dynamic urban community. The permanent exhibition gallery encapsulates 150 years of history, from pre-contact times to the present, using artifacts and photographs in themed displays to tell the unique story of the community and its people.
Media Contact: Shirley Sutherland, 604.990.3700 Ext. 8003March 21, 2012.
The North Vancouver Museum & Archives Commission is a joint agency of the City and the District of North Vancouver which operates the North Vancouver Museum and Archives. Funding is also received from the Government of B.C.