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There are 4 results for Attractions in or near Kootenay Rockies

 Fort Steele Heritage Town  
During the mining boom of the late 1890s Fort Steele thrived as the commercial, social and administrative centre of the region. Today, Fort Steele is a Heritage Town, where visitors can travel back in time and enjoy daily re-enactments of the town's past history and heritage year-round.
Address: 9851 Highway 93/95
Fort Steele, BC  V0B 1N0

Phone: 250-417-6000
 Last Spike at Craigellachie  
A ribbon of steel united Canada when the railway line from the east to the Pacific coast in the west was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie on November 7, 1885. This historical event is commemorated at Craigellachie in Eagle Pass in the BC Kootenays.
Address: Craigellachie
Eagle Pass, Trans-Canada Highway 1
Between Sicamous and Revelstoke
Kootenays, BC  
 S.S. Moyie National Historic Site  
The Moyie is the world's oldest intact passenger sternwheeler. Located against the stunning scenery of the town of Kaslo, the Moyie awaits all who want to step back in time and experience life at the turn of the last century. The sights, sounds and smells have all been recreated aboard this grand vessel.
Address: 324 Front Street
Kaslo, BC  V0G 1M0

Phone: 250-353-2525
 Cominco Gardens  
Take a scenic stroll through Cominco Gardens, the only formal gardens in the Kootenay Rockies, where 45,000 flowers bloom each year. Known as the "gem of the Kootenays," the 3-acre garden combines formal and informal beds, and contains more than 100 memorial roses.
Address: 4th Avenue
Kimberley, BC  V1A 3B9

Phone: 250-427-5160

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