A restored heritage building in the community of Mayo, Binet House is home to displays on area history, early medical instruments, wildlife, geology, and local permafrost studies. The exhibit features a three-dimensional map of the region. A large collection of photographs portrays the lifestyle, past and present, of Mayo's residents and the local Na-Cho Nyäk Dun First Nation. There is a Veterans' Monument and a Pioneer Garden on the well-kept grounds. Nearby is a monument marking the start of the Prince of Wales Trail and the local section of the Trans Canada Trail. Visit the Binet House annex for tourist information and local arts and crafts.
Regular Season: May 21 - September 2: 10am-6pm, 7 days a week
Off Season: Tours can be arranged