Heritage Driving Tour
Sit back and enjoy Kelowna's expansive heritage resources with the City of Kelowna's self-guided heritage driving tour.
In total, the route includes 19 stops through Kelowna's agricultural, commercial, industrial and cultural heritage sites as well as historic residential neighbourhoods, such as Abbott Street and Marshall Street conservation areas.
Download the tour brochure or pick up a copy at various heritage sites, Kelowna Museums, Tourism Kelowna, the Downtown Kelowna Association and City kiosks in the downtown and cultural districts.
Funds for printing the tour brochures was generously provided by the Heritage Legacy Fund.
Historic Bernard-Lawrence Neighbourhood Walking Tour
In the Bernard-Lawrence neighbourhood, just east of Downtown, there remains a concentrated inventory of heritage buildings in a variety of architectural styles favoured over the past 100 years.
The historic Bernard-Lawrence neighbourhood walking tour includes 32 buildings, 29 of which are recognized in the Kelowna Heritage Register as having significant historic value to the community.
The neighbourhood walking tour brochure was thoughtfully designed and printed by the Kelowna South-Central Association of Neighbourhoods (KSAN). The walking tour is available for pick up at City Hall, Kelowna Museums, the Father Pandosy Site and Tourism Kelowna.