Looking for things to do in Mackenzie? Visit the Mackenzie & District Museum and learn about this planned community born in the forestry resource boom of the 1960’s.
The museum documents the steps taken to almost instantly build a thriving and modern town on the shores on the newly created Williston Reservoir, Canada’s largest manmade lake.
One of the museum’s most treasured collections is a series paintings of Sekani First Nations peoples by artist Marge McDougall. The museum also tells the story of the infamous 178 tonne tree crusher used during the creation of Williston Reservoir.