We were driving by on our way to some wineries and stopped by, its free, very nice mix of historical things showing the history of Kelowna. Well worth your time, thanks to all who take care of this as it would take some work, not...更多
We spent about 45 min. here. It's a nice stop if you have time and would like to fill it up but not a must see unless you don't have a lot a heritage sites under your belt already. We were visiting from Saskatchewan and...更多
I drive by this place several times a week, but it took visitors from England to get me to stop. I was pleasantly surprised, first by the expanse of the site, and, second, by the limited focus on religion.
The buildings are not original to...更多
Lovely walk through history.
Voluntary fee of $2 per person. Self guided tour, which was great, could read the text besides buildings and relieve the times.
Travel through time with the old time washers, sewing machines and horse carriages. The kids loved it and asked...更多
When we visited the Father Pandosy Mission, there were only a few other people around and the area is very peaceful with huge willows at the entrance. It was very interesting reading about the buildings, houses, machinery, and antiques as part of this historical recreation....更多
We stopped into Father Pandosy Misssion today while visiting Kelowna from Nova Scotia. What a beautiful spot with all the log buildings. The thing thatsuprised me was that we were the only ones there. Not even a worker in sight, just a donation box if...更多
This is a great place for all ages, really can show kids or anyone what it was like for the people who started life in the Okanagan Valley. A very valuable asset to Kelowna. Ideal to take children here to give them a real idea...更多
Very interesting walk through time learning how people lived, the tools they used and stories and newspaper articles about the people. It is by donation, there is a box to put money in on the property.