Hours and Location

west coast railway heritage parkThe West Coast Railway Heritage Park, features a typical mid-20th century railway station and old style town centre with heritage displays and over 90 pieces of railway cars and artifacts. At 12-acres, it provides the visitor with the opportunity to tour authentic railway equipment in various stages of restoration. Historic exhibits include Brightbill House, blacksmith forge, wash house, and vintage printing press.

The CN Roundhouse & Conference Centre also resides at the Heritage Park with 21,000 square feet of event space and home to 5 vintage trains, including the world-famous Royal Hudson steam train.

The West Coast Railway Heritage Park is an attraction designed to please the whole family, set in some of the most beautiful scenery in Canada. Parking is free daily (except during special events).


West Coast Railway Heritage Park
39645 Government Road
Squamish, B.C. V8B 0B6
P: 604-898-9336

The Museum and Roundhouse are now closed for the winter season.

Admission: $25
Seniors 65+: $20
Students 10+: $15
Children 2–9: $8
Family (2 adults, 3 children/students) $70
Minirail (mid April–mid Sept.) $5

All prices are subject to 5% GST

The Mini-Rail is now closed for the winter season.


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How to find the West Coast Railway Heritage Park
From Vancouver, it is about an hour drive north on Highway 99 along the spectacular Howe Sound to Squamish. Go approximately 2km past the McDonald's stop until you come to Industrial Way. There is a traffic light at the intersection. Turn left and go to the stop sign at Queens Way. Turn right and follow the signs. After the BC Rail tracks, you will see our entrance sign on the right.

We look forward to seeing you.


The West Coast Railway Association is a charitable organization
committed to preserving British Columbia's railway heritage.

West Coast Railway Association
PO Box 2790 Stn. Term.
Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3X2

Charitable business number: 119292480 RR0001