Exhibitions at the Museum include the historic Port Moody Station with recreated station rooms, Port Moody early history displays and the Venosta, a restored 1920s Canadian Pacific railcar.
The Station, designed to be a live-in unit, has two floors and a basement. The main floor is accessible to the public. Some rooms have been restored to show the living and working conditions in the station between 1900 and 1930. Other rooms illustrate the early history of the head of the Burrard Inlet area, today known as Port Moody. Permanent displays include topics such as First Nations inhabitants, fur trade history, CPR history, early Port Moody community services, and the lumber industry. Feature displays change throughout the year and showcase other areas of our collection or are put on in partnership with other local organizations. The Museum has also curated multiple online exhibits currently hosted by the Virtual Museum of Canada.