A National Historic Site dedicated to telling the story of over 22,000 Japanese Canadians who were forcibly relocated during World War II. Located on the site of “The Orchard” internment camp, the NIMC contains original buildings, period artifacts and interpretive displays as well as the Heiwa Teien Peace Garden, designed by the renowned Japanese Canadian gardener, Tomomichi (Roy) Sumi. Japanese Canadian history.
Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre, National Historic Site
New Denver, British Columbia
- 306 Jospehine Street, New Denver, BC V0G 1S0
- Open 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM - 7 days/week until September 30. Hours of operation are subject to change - please check our website for updates.
- National Historic Site
306 Jospehine Street, New Denver, BC V0G 1S0
Sandon, BC since 1897
Sandon, British Columbia
Historic Ghost City part of the Silvery Slocan dating back to the late 1890s
Slocan Extension Roadside Interpretive Sign (Japanese Canadian History)
Slocan, British Columbia
Sign that commemorates the Japanese Canadian internment camps of the lower Slocan Valley
Langham Cultural Centre
Kaslo, British Columbia
123-year-old Provincial Heritage Site with theatre, galleries, & Japanese Canadian Mus…
Nakusp & District Museum
Nakusp, British Columbia
Home to 5000+ artifacts relating to the pre-history and history of Nakusp & Area!
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