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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Historic Stewart Farm

Facing the Nicomekl River and nestled amid apple trees, the bucolic Historic Stewart Farm is as popular among picnicking families and wedding parties as it is among museum-goers.

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