Downtown Heritage Walking Tour
between 4th Street S and Cranbrook Street N
You can take a self-guided walking tour to see the many historic buildings in downtown and nearby residential neighbourhoods (Chamber of Commerce: 250-426-5914).
There are 40 old homes and buildings reflecting Cranbrook’s early history. Most are clustered between 10 Ave and 12 Ave north & south of Rotary Park. The Colonel Baker home is just to the east, in Baker Park east of 14 Street.
Canadian Museum of Rail Travel
Downtown, on highway 93/95
This museum has restored and preserved the luxury cars of the 1929 Transportation-Canada Limited, including dining, sleeping and solarium cars, with original CPR china. A model railway depicts 1900-era railway travel. Open daily 10 am – 6 pm June 14 – Labour Day, noon-5 pm rest of year. Admission fee.
Key City Theatre
20-14 Ave N, Cranbrook
This venue seats 600 people and presents over 100 performances a year, inlcuding the Symphonie of the Kootenays, on its 40 foot stage.
Studio/Stage Door Theatre
11-11th Avenue S, Cranbrook
This intimate theatre seats 90 people and is home to the Cranbrook Community Theatre, which mounts four plays a year. This venue is also home to folk, Celtic and jazz performances, and hosts monthly coffee houses.
Casino of The Rockies
Delta St Eugene Mission Resort
This casino has 225 slot machines as well as blackjack, three card poker, Let It Ride, teletheatre (off-track) betting lounge, and Fred’s Saloon a fully licensed restaurant and lounge. Open daily from 10 am, Fri & Sat to 2 am, Sunday-Thursday to midnight.