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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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… Gower Point Store

Imagine a time when just offshore, a Union Steamship would dock at a wooden float and vacationers would be rowed ashore by Bonniebrook Lodge innkeeper Harry Chaster. Mr.

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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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