Castlegar Station Museum & Gift Gallery

Castlegar’s Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) Museum is housed in a 99 year old station, one of the best preserved in the province. Once inside you can envision the hustle and bustle of the passengers boarding the trains.

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Central British Columbia Railway and Forestry Museum

All Aboard!!The Central British Columbia Railway and Forest Industry Museum have developed an impressive collection while at the same time offering exciting events, information and event a community venue to the residents and Visitors alike.

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Chilliwack Museum & Archives

The Chilliwack Museum is located in Chilliwack’s premier heritage building, the former City Hall (built in 1911). This National Historic Site is an architectural gem. Two galleries present Chilliwack’s history while a third gallery offers changing monthly art exhibits.

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Church of the Holy Cross

Built about 1905 by members of the Stl’atl’imx Nation, the Church of the Holy Cross is remarkable for the beauty and originality of the interior decoration.

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Clayburn Village

Welcome to Clayburn Village Clayburn Village is located at the foot of Sumas Mountain in Abbotsford, British Columbia and was designated for conservation as a Heritage Site in 1996.

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Clinton Museuum

The red brick schoolhouse that currently houses the Clinton Museum was constructed in 1892 from bricks manufactured at a local plant.

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Comox Air Force Museum

Welcome to Milner Gardens & Woodland, a seaside estate garden in the natural coastal Douglas Fir woodland of Qualicum Beach. Experience the magic of 24 hectares of woodland and 4 hectares of garden surrounding a heritage house.

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Cottonwood House Historic Site

Cottonwood House is one of the last remaining roadhouses in BC. A visit to this historic site will allow you to experience the rich history of the Cariboo region first hand.

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Cow Bay

Prince Rupert’s heritage as a thriving fishing community is recalled in the Cow Bay Shopping District.

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Craigdarroch Castle

Coal baron Robert Dunsmuir was the wealthiest and most influential man of his time in British Columbia. He died in 1889 leaving his entire estate to his wife Joan who lived in the Castle until her death in 1908.

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Creston & District Museum & Archives

One of the best small museums anywhere. With thousands of artifacts on display, knowledgeable interpreters, model railway and historic buildings on-site, and lovely park-like grounds, the Creston Museum is one place you don’t want to miss.

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Dashwood Manor

With wonderful ocean views, Dashwood Manor is Victoria’s only seaside heritage B&B in walking distance to downtown. 11 unique & spacious guest rooms, all featuring breathtaking views. Private bathrooms, jetted tubs, fireplaces.

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Delta Museum & Archives

Step Back in Time at the Delta Museum and Archives! Come explore the 1912 Tudor style heritage building and discover your community’s history at the Delta Museum and Archives.

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Dolly’s Fish Market

Dolly’s Fish Market is located on the oceans waterfront in historic Cow Bay in Prince Rupert, and is just a few miles from the rich fishing grounds of the famous Skeena and Nass rivers.

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Doukhobor Discovery Centre

The Doukhobor Discovery Centre will introduce you to Doukhobor culture and their unique lifestyle as it evolved in the Kootenay region of British Columbia from 1908 to 1938.

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Emily Carr House

We welcome you to explore Emily Carr House, birthplace of one of Canada’s most renowned creative figures. This painstakingly restored Victorian villa is the wellspring for celebrated artist and author Emily Carr.

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Enderby & District Museum & Archives

The Enderby & District Museum Society was established in 1973 to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret the human and natural history of the City of Enderby and surrounding district in the North Okanagan.

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Fenn Lodge Historic B&B

Sts’ailes (meaning “the Beating Heart”) operate this 1903 10,000 sf. beautifully restored historical bed & breakfast featuring nine unique guest rooms with private bathrooms, meeting and games room.

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Fish Tales Café

Dine in a cozy tudor-style 1940s home and enjoy the Fish Tales Café’s world-famous fish and chips. Also featuring a variety of Fresh Seafood, AAA Sterling Silver Steaks, Chicken, Salad, Homemade Soup, Dessert and More!

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Fort Langley National Historic Site

Experience the fur trade at Fort Langley, first built in 1827 by the Hudson’s Bay Company, 50 years before Vancouver. Explore exhibits in a dozen buildings, including the original 1840s Storehouse.

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Fort St. James – National Historic Site

Costumed interpreters and Canada’s largest collection of original fur-trade buildings combine to allow visitors to immerse themselves in the past at Fort St. James. Established in 1806 as a fur trading post, Fort St.

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Fort St. John North Peace Museum

The Fort St. John North Peace Museum tells the story of the North Peace region from First Nations’ settlements to the oil and gas industries of today. Come learn about the fur trade which gave Fort St.

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Fraser River Discovery Centre

Conveniently located along the boardwalk at Westminster Quay and a block away from the Expo Skytrain line, the Fraser River Discovery Centre is an interpretive centre connecting communities in the discovery and celebration of the past, present and future of

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George Little House

George Little House, built in 1914, is home to community & culture. It is home to Via Rail Station & the Wilp Simgan Carving Studio. The house showcases & retails local art, maps, hosts traditional teas & Sunday Flea Markets.

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Gibsons Telephone Exchange

Imagine a time when all of the telephone calls to and from the Sunshine Coast had to be manually connected inside this small building. Built in 1949, the telephone exchange was the epicenter of coastal communication for many years.

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Gibsons Wharf

The wharf is an integral part of Gibsons’ working harbour and an important link to its historic dependence on water transportation. Once the social hub of the community, the first government wharf was built in 1900-1901 and re-built in 1947.

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