Visit the Port Moody Station Museum and step back in time! The museum is operated by the Port Moody Heritage Society and hosts a variety of educational programs and events. Exhibits at the museum include the historic Port Moody Station, community displays and Venosta, a restored 1920s railcar. Visitors can explore the railcar and learn about the history of the Canadian Pacific Railway and the community of Port Moody.

History of the station

Construction of the Port Moody Station began in 1907 and was finished in 1908. In 1945, the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) decided to move the station closer to town. The station was officially closed on September 25, 1976, when the CPR discontinued passenger service.

History of the museum

The building was purchased by the Port Moody Heritage Society after closing. In 1978, the museum was moved to its present location at 2734 Murray St. and refurbished to be a museum facility. The Port Moody Station Museum was officially opened on July 1, 1983.