Broadview Museum is 1 blk. s. of Hwy. 1 on N. Front St. Exhibits include a First Nations log house, a late 19th-century rural school building, a blacksmith shop, a pioneer store, period rooms, a Canadian Pacific Railroad station and a caboose. Visitors can see First Nations and pioneer artifacts, old photographs, and maps of early homesteads and trails. Broadview's mascot during World War 1, a goat named Sergeant Billy, is also on display.