Kimberley Visitor Centre
Located in southeastern British Columbia on the edge of the Rocky Mountains is Kimberley, a mountain town ready to welcome you. To the east rise the majestic Rocky Mountains and to the west stand the ancient Purcell Mountains and its expanse of wilderness. Kimberley is a small, friendly community with a population of approximately 6,400 people with an abundance of recreational and lifestyle opportunities. Built around the discovery of the world's largest lead and zinc mine, the now closed 'Sullivan Mine', Kimberley is a historic and culturally diverse community.
As a recreational destination Kimberley features the Kimberley Underground Mining Railway and our new Conference and Athlete Training Centre. Add three professional award winning golf courses, a large ski resort, extensive nature trail systems, premier fly fishing, whitewater rafting, kayaking and canoeing on the St Mary River, and access to the pristine wilderness and backcountry opportunities of the Purcell and Rocky mountains.
Kimberley is very visitor friendly and has converted many vacationers into residents over the years. We look forward to welcoming you to our mountain home.
We are located in the parking area behind our Downtown Platzl.
270 Kimberley Avenue
Summer Hours: July 1 to September 3
10:00 am to 6:00 pm 7 days a week
Fall-Winter-Spring Hours: September 4 to June 30
10:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Saturday
Closed Statuatory Holidays