Upcoming Events

Blessing of the Animals

Saturday, Oct. 1st at 11am in the big barn
It is a tradition close to St. Francis Day, to hold an animal blessing ceremony.
Everyone is welcome to come with their pets.
For the safety of your pet and others, please keep your pet on a leash or other restraint.

How to Find Us

4690 Telqua Dr.
108 Mile Ranch, BC
V0K 2Z0

Information

Hours

10am - 5pm
Victoria Day to Labour Day

Museum
Open every day
Gift Shop +snacks & drinks
Open 6 days a week; closed Tuesdays

Contact Us

(250) 791-5288
Questions or Comments?

History

The 108 Mile Heritage Site is a collection of buildings dating from the mid-1800s to the mid-twentieth century which chronicle the Cariboo gold rush of the 1860s.

Membership

Our members provide our society with valuable input and ideas for improving the 108 Heritage Site. If you have a passion for the history and heritage of the area that you live in, we'd love to have you as a member!

Volunteer

Help clean up the site in preparation for a new summer, or assist with events such as our Canada Day Celebration. The 108 Heritage Site would not exist without volunteers!

Donate

As a non-profit organization we depend on your generous donations in order to keep our society and the Heritage Site functioning. Donations help us pay for repairs, host events for our community, and pay the wages of our summer labourers.

News

108 Heritage Site

Your visit to the 108 Heritage site will take you back to the good old days of the famous Mile Houses on the Cariboo Wagon Road. The 105 Mile Roadhouse was originally located on D.L. 80 on the old Cariboo Wagon Road, across from the old 105 Mile Post House barn that is still there. The house was moved to íts present location in 1979 when the new highway threatened to destroy it. There are 7 other buildings original to the site including a Log Clydesdale Barn. The largest log barn in Canada (circa 1908).
108 Heritage Site
108 Heritage SiteSunday, September 25th, 2016 at 7:38am
This item is a hand crank sock knitting machine with all the accessories donated by Gary & Elsie Babcock. It was used by Babcock's mother. The grey wooden box was built by Babcock's father to house the knitting machine. It is from the 1920's and is in great condition.
108 Heritage Site
108 Heritage SiteSaturday, September 24th, 2016 at 2:57am
Good morning everyone. If anyone has any christmas lights that they want to get rid of, the Heritage Site will take them off your hands. Only working lights please. Thanks in advance.
108 Heritage Site
108 Heritage SiteSaturday, September 17th, 2016 at 9:44am
A big thank you to Jessica Stewart for donating this Trapper's Pack. This will displayed in our Trapper's Cabin. I have included a picture of the label with all the information about it.
108 Heritage Site
108 Heritage SiteSunday, September 11th, 2016 at 5:51am
Thank you Christine Gallagher for donating this sweet, very loved little black and white 50+ teddy bear. It's easy to see how much you loved him. The little red shoes are quite lovely and I'm sure you loved wearing them. The shoes came in the orginal box are also 50+ years old.
108 Heritage Site
108 Heritage SiteSunday, September 11th, 2016 at 5:38am
Large steel kettle. Lid is attached and handle is metal. Sides of kettle are in large ripples. Inscription says: "Wagner Ware Sidney Grand Prize Tea Kettle. Patened September 26, 1916.