Humans have lived in Banff National Park and the Canadian Rockies for more than 10,000 years, from the First Nations peoples to its current residents today.
Founded by alpine artists Catharine and Peter Whyte, this museum offers exhibits exploring the history and culture of Banff, Canada and the Canadian Rockies.
Banff town’s Cave and Basin National Historic Site of Canada and its hot springs commemorate the birth of not only Banff National Park, but Canada’s National Park System.
Skiing in Banff; it’s what we do here in winter. So when you’re not on the slopes or relaxing in your boutique hotel, visit the Canadian Ski Museum West. in Cascade Plaza shopping mall.
Need a fun activity for kids while in Banff Canada? Bring them to the Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum in Banff, where they can learn about First Nations people.
You can promise the kids that they will see plenty of wildlife and learn a lot about history, biology, and ecology at the Banff Park Museum of Banff, Canada.
Banff National Park Museums Banff is proud home to a host of museums that are only too happy to share the wealth of Banff’s history with visitors. From dinosaurs to paintings, it has everything for the days when you are not hitting the slopes. Here are but a few. Banff Park Museum National Historic Site…