- The Steveston Museum has been one thing or another for throughout the 20th Century. Built in 1905, this house has been a bank, doctor's office and so on. Serving as a post office and museum since long, its premises elaborate the history of this small fishing village. It also features a 1918-style kitchen. The museum keeps the same hours as the post office and is closed on Sundays and national holidays.
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