About Steveston Museum and Visitor Centre
3811 Moncton Street
Richmond, BC V7E 3A7
Post Office: 604-271-6868
Museum and Post Office Hours
Post Office closed on Dec 25, 26, 27, 28 and Jan 1 and closed at 2:30pm on Dec 24 and 31.
The Steveston Museum, Tourism Richmond counter and public washrooms are currently closed.
COVID-19 safety measures are in place, including hand sanitizer at the door, directional signage and physical distancing stickers on the floor. No public programs, events or school programs are currently being offered.
Welcome to Steveston Museum
In 1914 and 1915, Albert Chilton and his family lived upstairs in the Northern Crown Bank building. Today the building is known as the Steveston Museum. For a glimpse of Steveston Village - and our building - in 1914 and 1915, please watch the video below.
Steveston Museum - Chilton Family Collection
About Steveston Museum
Our mandate is to preserve, promote and tell the history of Steveston.
The Museum, Post Office and Visitor Centre are currently closed.
Town Square Park
Surrounding the museum is Town Square Park that was remodeled in 2016 and combines English Frontier Garden-style at the entrance of the park and transitions into a Japanese-inspired park.
Highlights of the park include a Wakayama sister-city friendship cherry blossom tree, a dog bowl grave marker commemorating a locally beloved dog named Big Red, a torii-style gate, zen-style paving and a raised moss garden. The moss garden has a suikinkutsu water feature, one of only two in Canada.
View the document below for Professional Photography guidelines.
Photography Guidelines 2020
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Steveston Museum and the City of Richmond works in partnership with the Steveston Historical Society.