Welcome to the Cumberland Museum and Archives
Where the history of our community comes to life!
Cumberland is a community steeped in history. Once Canada’s smallest and westernmost city, Cumberland was a bustling coal mining community from 1888 to 1966, with miners, entrepreneurs and their families streaming in from across Canada the US, Europe, China and Japan.
A visit to the Cumberland Museum is the ideal way to get a handle on this iconic village, from the rabble-rousers to the aristocrats, and everyone in between.
Join us for our Foggy Mountain Fall Fair event! Pie making contest, apple sports and crafts, harvest foods, workshops, guided walking tours, live music, community information booths, art projects and Bear Aware and Bear Appreciation events all day long. An old fashioned fall fair - in a mountain Village!
Events and Outreach Coordinator
The Cumberland Museum and Archives is seeking a talented Events and Outreach Coordinator for a 1 year term, starting mid September, at 21 hours per week.
All gestures of support are appreciated. You can take out an individual or business membership, attend one of our annual events, make a charitable donation or stop by for a shopping trip in our Company Store.