Located on Moncton Street, in the centre of the historic fishing village of Steveston, access the museum and post office on foot, bike, car or public transportation. Take the time to enjoy the many restaurants, shops and historic points of interest around the village.
Often the centre of community activities, explore the Steveston Historical Society’s pop-up artist gallery inside the post office, or relax in the green space at Steveston Town Square Park. Enjoy free admission to the Steveston Museum and the Japanese Fishermen’s Benevolent Society Building, and learn about the communities of Steveston, past and present.
The Steveston Museum and Post Office is situated in the centre of Steveston Village. The Museum is comprised of three areas, each offering a different experience that celebrates and shares the history and heritage of Steveston and its residents.
Built in 1905 as Steveston village’s first bank, this heritage building in the heart of the community serves as a working post office, and as a museum to preserve, promote, and tell the history of Steveston. The site is managed in partnership with the City of Richmond and Steveston Historical Society.
Pop-Up Art Show: Reach to Teach
Richmond students’ artwork inspired by PNW glass artist Dale Chihuly.