4333 Main Street,

Whistler, British Columbia,

Canada, V8E1B3

Come visit to learn about Whistler’s history from wilderness to world-class resort. The Whistler Museum tells Whistler’s stories from fun-loving pioneers, to the creation of Whistler Blackcomb, to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and beyond.

We are located behind the Whistler Public Library, in the heart of Whistler Village.

Please keep in mind, we are currently limiting the number of people in the exhibit area to 8 and you may be asked to wait. Masks are required inside the museum.

Upcoming Programs & Events

Young Canada Works – Employment opportunities

Learn more about exciting employment opportunities at the Whistler Museum and Archives Society this summer by visiting here

Virtual Speaker Series: Journalism in Whistler

Our 2021 Virtual Speaker Series is back at 7pm on Thursday, March 25 with a look at how journalism in Whistler has progressed with Paul Burrows (founder of The Whistler Question), Charlie Doyle (co-founder of the Whistler Answer), Bob Barnett (co-founder of Pique Newsmagazine), and Clare Ogilvie (current editor of Pique Newsmagazine). Whistler has been served by multiple publications despite a relatively small population, but how did it all get started?

You can attend our 2021 Speaker Series events on Zoom for free by registering here or contacting us at the Whistler Museum. Events feature interviews with our speakers followed by a live (virtual) Q&A.

Kids Après Activity Books

We won’t be able to host our annual Kids Après program at the Whistler Museum this season, but you can take part of it home with you with our Kids Après Activity Book! Activity books include stories from our exhibits, colouring pages, and activities such as word searches and mazes. Activity books are available for free at the Whistler Museum during our open hours through April 5, 2021.

Land of Thundering Snow

Land of Thundering Snow is a traveling exhibit exploring the history of avalanches and snow science in Canada. It highlights the history of snow avalanches and their impact on people and nature in Canada, and revels the secrets hidden with the stillness of the snowpack and the fury of a snow slide. Learn about heartbreaking avalanche tragedies, follow the development of Canadian research in snow science and discover how an avalanche is triggered. Land of Thundering Snow will run through April 17, 2021.

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