The Rossland Museum is a Site of National Historic Significance and the complex covers over five acres. It is located on the actual site of the historic Le Roi Gold Mines which was the second largest lode gold producing district in B.C.
It also includes:
• Outdoor mining history exhibits
• Summer promotions and events
• Cominco Wing – history of mining and smelting
• Ski Wing – history of local skiing
• Theatre, information kiosks, exhibits and displays
• Gift Shop
• Extensive community archives (open by appointment)
• Over 500,000 visitors to date
• Interpretive Site Tour with Gold Panning – showcases various points of interest of the mine site and includes a video presentation.
• Provincial Visitor Centre is located at the Museum for the convenience of travelers and locals.