The GCPS is a registered society dedicated to preserving the history, site, and memory of Granite Creek, BC. Membership is open to all.


The Princeton and District Museum and Archives houses the largest collection of Granite Creek artifacts. PDMA is a Society committed to protecting, preserving, restoring and collecting items pertaining to the history of Princeton BC and the surrounding area. Phone 250-295-7588 or e-mail    Please click here to visit their web site for more information.

These pictures are from the Princeton Museum collection.

Cook display
 case and bar Slot machine beside Coctail shaker Hugh Hunter's
desk Gold pan
and  gold poke

The desk above belonged to Hugh Hunter but is only one of many items from Granite Creek which is held at the Archives. When you first enter the Princeton Museum, you will see the store counter which is thought to be the bar used by FP Cook in the Granite Creek Hotel. Click here to read the story. The Museum also has fonds and photographs which are core to Granite Creek history.

If you have an interest in the history of the Tulameen valley, mining district, and Granite Creek
please click this line to become a member of the society