Art Gallery




"A big-time show in a small-town place!"

How to find us


Due to Covid19 restrictions
All use of the Archives
is by appointment only
Phone, e-mail or speak to the Administrator
during our open hours to arrange
for an Archive Volunteer to meet with you.

Phone: 250 546 – 8318

Museum and Art Gallery Hours (May – December)

Open Tuesday through Saturday (Except Statutory Holidays)

10:00 to 4:00 P.M.

For archival requests and research please contact us by phone or email to make an appointment

Annual Gigantic Book Sale Hours   (April – December)

Open Tuesday through Saturday     (Except Statutory Holidays)

        10:00 – 4:00 P.M.

Book Sale Donations

We are accepting donations of books, puzzles, records, and DVDs 

Covid Precautions Remain in effect

Proof of Vaccine and Face Masks are Mandatory

Hand Sanitizing (multiple stations available)

Maintain Social Distancing

Contact tracing information collected

Upcoming Events

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November Art Show – Transitions








We are proud to host the Fusion Divas: Kathryn Ross, Kathy Munts, and Cheryl Turner and their show Transitions

The exhibition will run Tuesday through Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. November 19th to December 18th

We will not be able to hold an opening reception but we hope you will leave your comments on the show for them in the Art Show Binder that will be available.

We continue to follow Covid Safety Precautions and absolutely appreciate that you make it easy for us to do just that!!!



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Re-Opening October 15th, 2020

We’re Back!!!!!

With artists booked, our Book Committee stocking shelves with books and puzzles, and renovations almost complete we are preparing to open October 15th at 10:00 a.m.




























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AGM – Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Annual General Meeting

of the
Armstrong Spallumcheen Museum and Arts Society

7 p.m.

16 Sep 2020

Armstrong Museum & Art Gallery
3415 Pleasant Valley Road
Armstrong, BC

Please respect social distancing guidelines.
Hand sanitizer is available at the entrance.
Please wear a mask in the building.

There will be a few mask available in case you do not have one.
Because of the Covid19 restrictions, there will be no refreshments provided.


About Us

In the early 1970’s residents of Armstrong found themselves powerless to save an historic building from being demolished. This event was the spark that led to the creation of the Armstrong Spallumcheen Historical Society, incorporated in 1974. In the beginning, the Society’s collection consisted mainly of historical photographs. Almost a decade later the City of Armstrong offered the Society space in part of a machine storage building. The Society opened a museum to the public in 1983. In 1988, with the help of a gift from Rusty Freeze, they expanded into the rest of the building and added an Art Gallery. At this time the name of the Society changed to the Armstrong Spallumcheen Museum and Arts Society. The museum and art gallery are the result of the dedication of the many volunteers from the community who continue to be active in it’s operation.

THE Armstrong Spallumcheen Museum and Art Gallery is located in historic downtown Armstrong. The first building on this site was moved from Lansdowne circa 1892 when most of that community relocated to Armstrong. In 1905 F.A. Clayton bought the existing blacksmith business. Over time he expanded the building. The business was later operated by his sons and gradually changed into a machine shop. It has also served as a storage facility, automobile garage and gas station. Since becoming a museum, the facility has been upgraded many times, Our renovations in 2011 included fresh paint, new signage, a timber frame entrance and a colonnade. We now have a brand new, but still historic, look for a favourite old building.

What we do at the Armstrong Spallumcheen Museum and Art Gallery:

  • Research, document, store, preserve, and make accessible Armstrong Spallumcheen artifacts and records.
  • Respond to archival inquiries from around the world.
  • Educate visitors about the history of this region.
  • Provide educational services to our schools.
  • Support local artists by exhibiting their work.
  • Supply a venue for a drop-in painting group.
  • Sponsor art related workshops.
  • Offer a summer Painting-In-The-Park program for children 6-12 years of age.
  • Attract tourists and host tour groups interested in the art and history of Armstrong and Spallumcheen.
  • Provide access to very low cost used books at our annual book sale.

Administrator: Lark Lindholm


    Some items from our Archives are available at:

    Armstrong Spallumcheen

    Tourist Information available at the Chamber of Commerce next door.

    Annual Used Book Sale
    Books accepted year around for our Sale. Drop books off whenever we are open or next door at the Chamber of Commerce during their business hours.

    Affiliated Accomodation: