To promote visitation to Merritt, increase overnight stays and highlight tourism experiences for both visitors and locals to enjoy.
Click HERE?to visit Tourism Merritt
Tourism Merritt is here to promote local activities in Merritt and the Nicola Valley, showcase the main themes of ‘Things to Do, Places to Stay, and Where to Eat’ and to offer one location where both visitors and locals can go to for community information.
The Visitor Information Booth at the Baillie House is a great location to start your visit to Merritt BC. You can find tourism information, enjoy complimentary tea, coffee, or juice, and enjoy the lovely property which is especially vibrant in the spring and summer months. If you're looking for a place to stay in Merritt, the staff at the Baillie House can assist you with visitor informationin, finding accomodations, restaurants and local points of interest.
Western Charm in the heart of the Nicola Valley!
The historic Baillie Property, operated by the Nicola Valley Heritage Society, consists of a house, barn, store, storage garage and heritage style garden. The importance of the property is the extent to which the buildings have remained so unchanged since the early 1900’s. The society has established a number of annual events including fundraisers that help in the continuing operations and maintenance of the site.?The former store on the property is the stop for Merritt’s Tourism Information. Conveniently located in the heart of the community and across from City Hall, at 2250 Voght Street.? We hope you will stop in for a visit and learn more about our wonderful history and the many things to see and do in Merritt and the Nicola Valley.
To view more tourism initiatives currently being worked on, please visit the Merritt and Nicola Valley Tourism Plan.
The hours of operation are:
Summer hours from May to September 10am-6pm, 7 days per week
Winter hours are October to April from 10am-4pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Call (250) 378-0349 for more information on event dates and times.