3 Valley Gap Heritage Ghost Town

Located only 15 minutes west of Revelstoke, the Heritage Ghost Town has more than 25 rescued & restored historic buildings, gathered from around British Columbia.

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Abbeymoore Manor Historic B&B Inn

Unwind and relax in the historic Rockland district of Victoria. Abbeymoore Manor is an outstanding period mansion built in 1912. It sits amongst the castles, gardens and tree lined streets of ”Old Victoria”.

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Abkhazi Garden

Created in 1946 by Prince & Princess Abkhazi, Abkhazi Garden is a heritage garden famous for its majestic trees & dramatic site. Stay for lunch or afternoon tea in the original home & visit our Shop in the Garden.

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Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort

It would be hard to find a hot springs pool facility with such a rich history or a more magnificent view – overlooking Kootenay Lake and the Purcell Mountain range.

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Alaska Highway House

The Alaska Highway House, Dawson Creek’s newest attraction, is situated in historic downtown Dawson Creek. Discover the story behind the monumental Alaska Hwy.

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Alberni Pacific Railway

Come Ride the Rails on the Alberni Pacific Railway. You can board the train pulled by our completely restored 1929 Baldwin ex-logging locomotive at the 1912 CPR Station and ride out to the McLean Mill National Historic Site.

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Andree’s Bed & Breakfast

Be welcomed into this 1920’s Heritage Home overlooking the city of Prince Rupert, harbour, gardens and eagles. Located on a quiet residential street, Andree’s B&B is an easy five to ten minute stroll to the museums, parks, waterfront and shopping.

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Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is a public art museum dedicated to the celebration of art. With vision, leadership and scholarship, we will engage and inspire diverse audiences through exhibition, interpretation and stewardship of the collection.

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Bard & Banker

Victoria’s newest landmark pub, the Bard & Banker is located on the corner of Fort St and Government St downtown Victoria, BC.

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Barkerville Historic Town

Founded in 1862, Barkerville was ”The Gold Capital of British Columbia” & is now the largest historic site in Western North America. Take a step back in history to one of the largest gold rushes in the world.

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BC Interior Forestry Museum

The BC Interior Forestry Museum is situated in Revelstoke, nestled between the Selkirk and Monashee mountains, beside the Columbia River in British Columbia, Canada.

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BC Orchard Industry Museum

Since 1989 the BC Orchard industry has been a part of the Kelowna Museums Society and has served the public as a gateway to the Laurel Packinghouse.

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BC Wine Museum & VQA Wine Shop

The BC Wine Museum & VQA Wine Shop (in the Laurel Packinghouse) was opened 15 years ago with the intention to bring the history of the Okanagan Wine Region to the public, as well as to help teach the public

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Beacon Hill

Dallas Road below Beacon Hill Death, Life and happiness are in the story of Beacon Hill. On these headlands where an ardent people once buried their dead, early settlers erected beacons to guide mariners past dangerous Brotchie Ledge.

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Beaconsfield Inn

Welcome to the Beaconsfield Inn; our Inn is located in the heart of Victoria, British Columbia.

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Bear’s Paw Café

In addition to providing food that is exceptional in its quality, presentation, and taste, the Bear’s Paw Cafe is also alive with music events, has a great gift item selection, and features an outdoor theme consistent with its setting in

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Blaylocks Mansion

A spectacular mansion and BC attraction on Kootenay Lake. This rare example of Tudor revival architecture was built in 1935 for Selwyn G. Blaylock who was the president of the C.M.&S. Co., which is the present day Teck-Cominco Metals.

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Bonniebrook Lodge

The spirit of Bonniebrook Lodge was born out of the hospitality of the Chaster Family whose original home was located near this site.

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Brasserie L’Ecole

Brasserie L’Ecole is the small French bistro owned and operated by Sommelier Marc Morrison and Chef Sean Brennan. Brasserie is defined as ”an unpretentious restaurant that serves drinks, esp. beer, and simple or hearty food”.

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Britannia Mine Museum

It was once the largest copper mine in the British Empire. Today, the Britannia Mine Museum opens up a little-seen world that fascinates all ages.

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Bulkley Valley Museum

The Bulkley Valley Museum is yours to discover! Started in 1976, the Bulkley Valley Museum has built up a permanent collection which comprises the social and technological development of the Bulkley Valley.

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Burnaby Village Museum

Where history comes to life – stroll down the streets of our 1920s community. Visit businesses and homes, take in demonstrations exploring on you own or join a guided tour.

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Capilano Suspension Bridge

Vancouver’s oldest tourist attraction, originally built in 1889, stretches 450 feet (137m) across and 230 feet (70m) above Capilano River. Since then much has been added to the twenty-seven acre park.

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