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Hours of Operation
Tuesday to Saturday, 9:30 am–4:30 pm
Feature Exhibition - LEN
This exhibition features popular Kamloops-based political leader the Honourable Leonard Stephen "Len" Marchand Sr. (November 16, 1933–June 3, 2016, a member of Syilx Nation). Featuring a rich selection of photographs culled from family albums and archives, the display also showcases some of the objects and records that link to Marchand’s life, primarily in politics. This exhibition will be available until December 16, 2023.
Kamloops Musuem and Archives has a variety of programs available to discover including family programs, historical tours, and special workshops.
Established in 1937, the Kamloops Museum and Archives (KMA) is one of the oldest museums in the province. Operating as part of the City of Kamloops, the institution collects, organizes, and interprets notable objects and historic records from the region for the purposes of preservation, research, and exhibition.
With over 20,000 artifacts and one of the Interior’s oldest and largest archives, the KMA's collections evolve continuously to better reflect the cultural landscape of Kamloops and its neighbouring communities. Through archival research and across a range of rotating programs and exhibitions, the KMA is an accessible, inclusive, and collaborative environment for preserving cultural memory.
The KMA gratefully acknowledges financial support from the following organizations: