Fort Vermilion Heritage Centre
The museum is proud to offer several unique
displays to its visitors. These include:
Main Building- Community and Cultural Complex
houses most of the collections and exhibits, including:
prehistoric bison bones, First Nation heritage, fur trade and
families, Buttertown, Dominion Experimental Farm and a wealth of
community and natural history.
Clarke House II
built in 1907 of locally sawn timber, this was the middle of three
identical houses used as Hudson's Bay clerk quarters. It was moved to
the lot west of St. Luke's Church in 1943. In 1994 it was moved
to the Heritage Centre at the Community and Cultural Complex.
a rustic, hand-hewn, drove-tailed log structure built c. 1923 is
home to our visitor's centre. Inside you will find: displays,
northern crafts, souvenirs, heritage pamphlets, maps, tourist
information services and vacation booklets.
St. Luke's Anglican Mission
established in 1876, this extensive display includes prayer bible,
chalice, ciborium and various pictures.