Currently, most main areas of the site are wheelchair accessible. Those areas include the main entrance and exhibit hall, the gas and steam trains, antique vehicle building, most heritage buildings, and the main walking trails. Wheelchair accessible portable toilets are on-site whenever the museum is open to the public. Designated parking stalls are available for people with mobility disabilities. 

A few of the heritage buildings as well as the speeder are not wheel chair accessible at this time.  Please check the train schedule to confirm that the gas or steam train will be running the day you plan to visit.

Caregivers and support workers are admitted free of charge if they accompany someone who is unable to visit the site without assistance.

The BC Forest Discovery Centre is working towards a more accessible site.  Please contact us in advance of your visit to let us know if we can help make your day at the museum more accessible and enjoyable.