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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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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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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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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Golden Museum

Located just one block off of Highway 95 South in Golden, BC is the Golden Museum. The Museum displays articles and clothing from the early years of Golden, BC.

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Gospel Rock

”Christ Died for the Ungodly”, ”The Wages of Sin are Death”: These were the mysterious biblical sayings that began appearing on this rock face in the early 1900’s.

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Heritage Playhouse

Built in 1929 by the hard-working ladies of the Howe Sound Woman’s Institute, step inside the Heritage Playhouse with this historical video vignette that explores the sites fascinating heritage.

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Howe Sound Cannery

The Howe Sound Co-Operative Cannery operated in this fertile area of the Sunshine Coast from the early 1920’s-1952, producing the finest in strawberry and blackberry jams. Explore it’s delicious history with this video vignette. This history is definitely sweet!

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Imagine… Sunset Hardware

Imagine a time when Sunset Hardware stood at the head of the Gibson’s Landing wharf and townsfolk bustled about purchasing furniture and building supplies.

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Langley Centennial Museum

Admission by donation. The Langley Centennial Museum, operated by the Township of Langley, is located in the historic village of Fort Langley.

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Mackie Lake House

Mackie Lake House is nestled on the edge of Kalamalka Lake in Coldstream, British Columbia. Mackie Lake House presents a unique situation where, through private philanthropy, a significant heritage house and property have been preserved.

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Pioneer Cemetery

Situated on land that was originally owned by town-founder George Gibson, Pioneer Cemetery holds many insights into the rich history of the Sunshine Coast.

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Robert’s Creek Wharf

In 1914, the Robert’s Creek wharf was built by the government to allow permanent boat access to the small but growing community of Robert’s Creek.

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Saint Barthlomews Church

Step through the doors of Gibsons first church and discover its fascinating history with this video vignette that tells the story of a Hopkins Landing girl and her father who attended community lectures here in 1917… (to play, click website

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Stonehurst / Inglis Family Home

Built in 1913, Stonehurst has played an important role in the development of the Gibsons community as it’s inhabitants have mended the sick and injured and spearheaded polical parties.

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Sully’s Dine and Dance

Step back in time and dance the night away with this historical video vignette about Sully’s Dine and Dance. Step back in time and dance the night away with this historical video vignette about Sully’s Dine and Dance!

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Wyngaert Store

Who knew that the residents of Gibsons Landing loved ice cream so much? Originally constructed as a dress making shop in 1922, this location was re-purposed as a general store in 1930 by Frank Wyngaert.

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