Westbank Museum

Preserving Our History

The Westbank Museum houses artefacts and articles, which represent and document the pioneering era of the community's history. 

The museum is located at 2376 Dobbin Road and is also home to the West Kelowna Visitor Information Centre.

The building was last substantially renovated in 2011 with the City of West Kelowna funding major facility upgrades and museum volunteers constructing and arranging displays throughout the building.
Museum Operations

The Westbank Museum and Arts and Crafts Society manages the day to day operations of the Westbank Museum and its staff and volunteers care for artefacts and articles housed inside the facility.

The City of Kelowna owns and maintains the building and provides rental space at an affordable rate for the society.

To reach Westbank Museum staff, call 250-768-0110.

Visitor Information Centre

The City of West Kelowna and Destination BC provide partnership funding to staff the West Kelowna Visitor Information Centre, and provide information on the many accommodations and attractions in the greater West Kelowna area.

The information centre is open seasonally, from May to September, seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 250-768-2712.

How to Find the Westbank Museum

View our online map or get directions:

Travelling South (from Kelowna, Kamloops, Calgary, etc.)

Take Route 97 southbound (across Bennett Bridge) until the highway splits into Main Street, one-way. Turn left at Old Okanagan Highway and proceed to the traffic signal.  Turn left at the signal onto Dobbin Road, one-way (Highway 97 northbound) and stay in the left lane.  The access to the facility is 200 metres on the left, at the end of the curve, and before the U-turn loop that takes motorist back onto Main Street.

Travelling North (from Penticton, Vancouver, Seattle, etc.)

Take Route 97 northbound until the highway splits into Dobbin Road, one-way. Pass through the intersection of Old Okanagan Highway and be in the left lane. The access is 200 metres on the left, at the end of the curve in the highway, before a U-turn loop that takes motorists back onto Main Street.