Trethewey Heritage House & MSA Museum

Trethewey Heritage House
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MSA Museum

The Trethewey Heritage House was built in 1920 by the Abbotsford Lumber Company for then B.C. timber baron J.O. Trethewey. Built with the finest fir lumber produced by the mill on Mill Lake, the house has stood up to the test of time and today serves as an important symbol of early Abbotsford town history.

The house has been restored to c.1925 and furnished with donations from a number of local families and the Province of British Columbia. Today, the Trethewey Heritage and MSA Museum are open to the public to including spacious period gardens, historic buildings, and walking tours of Mill Lake.

Location (Approximate): 
2313 Ware Street
Abbotsford, BC
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