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Well preserved piece of local history. A must see anytime of year. Kids will enjoy running from... read more

Reviewed 16 November 2016
robo33
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Kelowna, Canada
Amazing history!

This is a great place to visit if you are a tourist or if you live in the area. Wonderful local... read more

Reviewed 22 August 2016
kekastone
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Kelowna, Canada
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The first non-native settlement in the Okanagan Valley was a mission established on this site in 1859 by Father Pandosy. Take a self-guided tour of the replicated mission buildings and a collection of horse-drawn carriages.
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South of the city center at the corner of Benvoulin and Casorso rd, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
South Pandosy - K.L.O.
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Reviewed 16 November 2016

Well preserved piece of local history. A must see anytime of year. Kids will enjoy running from building to building. While parents take the time to see the beginnings of kelowna.

Date of experience: September 2016
Thank robo33
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Everyone should check out this interesting place. It was an eye opener to see how people lived and how they built their houses and out buildings long ago.

Date of experience: September 2016
Thank fabrian8
Reviewed 3 September 2016

Great place to visit. Free admission and donations accepted. Picnic tables and several old buildings with old equipment displayed on grounds. Allow at least half hour!

Date of experience: August 2016
Thank 80angelam
Reviewed 22 August 2016

This is a great place to visit if you are a tourist or if you live in the area. Wonderful local history and tons to see. Also a great place for family picnics or a wedding. Be sure to bring your camera as it is...More

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank kekastone
Reviewed 8 August 2016

I really suggest everyone including families to really study about history of one of greatest pioneers of Kelowna. The birth of a city, the labors from new Canadians who started farming back in the 1800s mostly stories about the Chinese migrants who worked day and...More

Date of experience: July 2016
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Reviewed 31 July 2016

I quite enjoyed this venue, even if it decided to pour just as I arrived. The buildings are spread out in a grassy area and provide an interesting look at life in the late 1800s. I particularly enjoyed the trapper's cabin as well as the...More

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank Palmetta1
Reviewed 27 July 2016

Easy to get to and easy to walk around. Old buildings from the early days of the white settlement of the Okanagan provide a different sense of what life was like on the frontier in the mid-late 1800s. There's nothing dramatic here, but the recommended...More

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank NewSmyrnaJoe
Reviewed 30 June 2016

Went many times with the children on school trips. Very interesting site with informative staff. It is a small site and doesn't take take long to see everything.

Date of experience: September 2015
Thank cruz4ever
Reviewed 2 June 2016

The Father Pandosy Mission is worth making a trip to go see. Only 10 minutes from downtown and yet 100 years back in time. You can walk the entire property in under 45 minutes. Definitely best to go from mid-spring to early fall.

Date of experience: May 2016
Thank Peter S
Reviewed 12 May 2016

Never knew this existed. Enjoyed our self tour and took our time. Lear ed a great deal that we had not heard before. Saw some old farming equitment that we had never seen before

Date of experience: April 2016
Thank Ron B
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I believe so, since it is not manned and locked up. Admission is by donation. It may be a bit difficult to get around, depending on the snow situation.
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