Pouce Coupe Museum


The first Northern Alberta Railway station built in the Peace River Block, was moved and turned into a museum in 1973. It is located across from the village office. The museum also serves as a visitor centre, and is on the Deh Cho route. It has five buildings. These include the railway station, a tool shed, a heritage house, a caboose, and a trapper’s cabin. Most items in the museum are locally donated. The railway station is wheelchair accessible.


5006 - 49th Avenue, one block south of Hwy #2

Hours of Operation
May – August:
Monday – Sunday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

No Admission Fee
Donations Appreciated

For More Information
Tel: (250) 786-5555
Fax: (250) 786-5257
P.O. Box 293, Pouce Coupe. BC  V0C 2C0