Yale Historic Site is at 31187 Douglas St. Collections from Yale’s past are on display in the 1870s Creighton House. The 1863 Church of St. John the Divine, one of the oldest churches in British Columbia, houses original altar pieces and Enduring Threads, a collection of antique linens stitched by one of the students of All Hallows girls' school.
The 1858 living-history Tent City includes a general store, saloon, gold commissioner’s office, doctor’s office, jailhouse, blacksmith shop, and Chinese boarding house; the 1880’s ward house is open in summer for lunch and beverages. Yale has one of the only public gold panning areas on the Fraser River. Gold pans and guide books are available locally .