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One of the best art-deco buildings in town
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Creston Museum
219 Devon Street
Creston, BC
V0B 1G3

T: 250 428-9262
W: Creston Museum web page

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One of the best art-deco buildings in town

Built in 1938, this building originally housed one of two movie theatres in town. The theatre stayed here until 1985, then the building became a bingo hall, and then a restaurant, and then a theatre again - with the same name as the original one.
Did you know?
This building was built by Poole Construction, the same company that built the dykes on Nick's Island, West Creston.
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The uniquely-shaped roofline of this building makes it an excellent example of art-deco style architecture.
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