Attractions and Things To Do in New Denver
Cycling in New Denver - The Bike Pirate
Technical Rating: Beginner – Expert
Physical Rating: Easy – Hard
Season: May – October
Permit Required: No
The Museum is open for the Summer Season
June 01st to Oct 13th
Daily 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Slocan Valley Trail
The Slocan Valley Rail Trail offers year round enjoyment, with most notably glorious winter conditions, with cross country track set bi-weekly grooming in the winter. In summer, the trail is a very popular way to access a wealth of beauty, recreational activities, and amenities.
The Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre
HOURS OF OPERATION
Location: 306 Josephine St. New Denver, BC
Open from: May 1 – September 30
Hours of operation: 10:30am-4:30pm
Admission rate: $8.50/adult, $6.50/student or senior, $20/family
For any additional information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
250-358-7288 or the Village of New Denver Office at 250-358-2316 in off season.
The Kohan Gardens
The Garden is host to many international visitors, photographers, and practising artists. As well, it is a popular venue for weddings, concerts, art exhibits and memorials.
The Kohan Garden is open year round; entrance is by donation. If you would like to reserve the Garden for an event, or contribute to our ongoing work please see our contacts below. The SLGS is a Registered Charitable Society and issues tax receipts for contributions over $25.
The Visitor Centre
Open 10 am to 2 pm from May long weekend until Canada Day (July 1), then 9 am to 5 pm every day until Labour Day.
New Denver Visitor Centre & Silvery Slocan Museum
202-6th Ave. (main street and Bellevue)
Silverton (5km from New Denver)
With a population of nearly 195 people, Silverton is British Columbia's second smallest municipality. Enjoy our parks and campground, shops, gallery, museum.
The Village Office, located on Highway 6 (Lake Ave.) just south of the bridge, is open Tuesday through Thursday, 10-4.
The history of the Silverton Gallery building began in 1912 as a schoolhouse to educate Silverton’s children. In the early 1980’s renovations began and the building was taken over by the Slocan Lake Gallery Society and since that time the building has been used as the town’s principle community meeting place, cultural centre, workshop space, public art gallery, and music venue to local people as well as visiting artists/musicians on tour.