Arts, Culture & Entertainment
Key City Theatre is ''The Premiere Entertainment Venue in the Kootenays''. Regional in scope and community centered.
The Cranbrook Public Library opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1925 and the Cranbrook Public Library officially became a municipal library 1 January 2002.
The Foundation established the Cranbrook Railway Museum in 1976. The museum’s name was changed in 1993 to the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel and to the Cranbrook History Centre in 2015.
Located just five minutes from the Canadian Rockies International Airport in southeastern British Columbia, St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino features a full-service, three-diamond hotel with 125 rooms.
Established in 1989, The Friends of Fort Steele Society took over full management of operations in 2004 under a long-term contract with the Province of British Columbia.