Deep Creek Tool Museum

Deep Creek Tool Museum

6 reviews

  1. Super nice owner

     (5 / 5)

    Got there too late, it had just closed. But we got a picture with the giant lawnmower, and the man that owned the museum offered to take the picture and gave us information. He was very nice! Would love to go back and view the collection at some point. Cool!

  2. A trip into the past

     (5 / 5)

    The owner was delightful with his stories and antidotes while taking us through his extensive collection of artifacts.

  3. wonderful owner who 's passion about his tool museum is contagious

     (5 / 5)

    enjoyed a great guided tour that could have taken much longer but we we re short on time that day. a very interesting collection of antiques.

  4. Fun even if you're not a tool guy (or gal)

     (5 / 5)

    I have to agree with the other reviewers. This deserves a 5/5. It is a one-man operation and a labour of love by the proprietor. You get a personal tour conducted by him and he knows what he is talking about. Power tools, hand tools, industrial tools, domestic tools, farm tools, on and on and on it goes. If you have a real interest in the history of these technologies as I do it is fascinating. But my wife, who has no special interest in rusty old tools declared that she thoroughly enjoyed the visit too. Takes about an hour and at the end you can make a $5 / person donation. Well worth it if you are in the Enderby or Salmon Arm area.

  5. great place to 'go back in time'!

     (5 / 5)

    Many tools of interest – and lots of history. Proprietors knowledgeable and informative. Worth a little detour off the highway to pay a visit.

  6. Amazing Collection!

     (5 / 5)

    If you like antiques & tools, plan a visit to the Deep Creek Tool Museum north of Enderby. The museum is a wonderful history of the ingenuity and progression of tools through the years. We have never seen so many tools in one place! The owner/collector guides you through the grounds, plus floor to ceiling packed barn and garage, explaining and demonstrating as you go. He has tools from the 1900’s on up used in logging, farming, building and homemaking. From giant cast iron drill presses, and two-man chain saws, to a mechanical egg weigher and the hand-turn rope maker. Even an antique knitting machine that knits a sock in twenty minutes! There is something for everyone. You are sure to see tools you have never seen before, and some you’ll remember from great grandma’s place. Watch for the Paul Bunyan sized lawn mower in front. You can’t miss it. nn91 Deep Creek Road Enderby BC nPhone: 250-832-2506nnjust off Hwy. 97,n

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