Old Farm B&B

The Old Farm Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful heritage home situated at the edge of Cowichan Bay on Vancouver Island, an easy 40 minute drive north of Victoria, British Columbia.

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Old Vines Restaurant – Quails’ Gate Winery

An all season culinary destination, Old Vines Restaurant & Wine Bar is an exceptional vineyard side location on the slopes of the Boucherie Mountain Bench. Guests are warmly welcomed with expansive and picturesque southern views of Lake Okanagan.

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Osoyoos Museum

The Osoyoos Museum was established in 1963 to tell the general story of the Osoyoos area from its geological formation to the present day and, more specifically, to cover the non-native settlement of the area.

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Penticton Museum & Archives

Experience the tumultuous lives of the gold seekers and railway men and envision the sternwheelers that ran up and down the waterways of the Okanagan. Explore fine displays of pioneer life, natural history, military artifacts and First Nations collections.

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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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Point Ellice House

Built in 1861, Point Ellice House is the only known pioneer home in Victoria with many household items and furnishings that were used by three generations of one family, for over 108 years.

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Port Moody Station Museum

The historic Port Moody Station, which houses the Port Moody Station Museum was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company in 1905 and was officially closed in 1976.

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Premier Creek Lodging

Enjoy the historic charm of Queen Charlotte City’s oldest buildings. Built in 1910, the Premier Hotel has been fully modernized, and is open year round. Full of charm and character this is the oldest hotel on the island.

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Prince Rupert Fire Museum

The Prince Rupert Fire Museum, operated by members of the Prince Rupert City Fire Rescue and by former Prince Rupert Fire Department auxiliary members, is located beside the Prince Rupert Fire Hall and home to a wide array of fire

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Prospector’s Pick General Store at Sandon Ghost Town

The Prospector’s Pick is a fabulous souvenir shop located in the historic 1900 City Hall building in the centre of Sandon. This popular store is the area’s oldest venue of local arts, quality hand-crafted goods and items from days gone-by.

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Providence Farm

Enjoy a visit to historic Providence Farm, a 160 ha (400 ac) therapeutic organic farm in the Cowichan Valley.

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Quesnel & District Museum & Archives

One of the top community museums in BC, Quesnel Museum and Archives has over 30,415 artifacts and archival items. Through a range of exhibits you’ll experience the trials and triumphs of daily farming, logging and mining life in BC.

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Quesnel Forks

At the end of a winding dirt and gravel road stands the site of the earliest mining camp in the Cariboo.

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Revelstoke Museum & Archives

Revelstoke Museum & Archives keeps alive the history and heritage of Revelstoke and district by collecting, preserving, documenting and interpreting the artifacts, records and stories of the region in a public community museum.

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Revelstoke Railway Museum

Discover Canada’s railway history at the Revelstoke Railway Museum. Exhibiting fascinating artifacts, a restored CPR steam locomotive, rolling stock, a model railroad layout & much more at British Columbia’s premiere railway museum.

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Richmond Museum & Heritage Services

Located in Minoru Park in the Richmond Cultural Centre, the Richmond Museum offers rotating exhibits covering such aspects of local history as the Interurban tram line, archeological digs, cranberry farming, and the Scandinavian community at Finn Slough.

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Robert Bateman Center

Robert Bateman’s realistic painting style, featuring wildlife in its habitat, encourages the viewer to closely observe the natural world.

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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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Roedde House Museum

Roedde House Museum, in Vancouver’s West End, is a uniquely restored late-Victorian home in the Queen Anne revival style.

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Ross Bay Cemetery

Started in 1873, some of the famous people resting here include painter Emily Carr; Gold miner Nelly Cashman; surgeon Dr. John Helmcken, and James Douglas British Columbia’s first Governor.

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Ross Bay Villa

Ross Bay Villa was the home of Francis James Roscoe and his wife Anna Letitia from 1865 to 1879. While living there, they had five children: Mary, Katherine, Francis, Millicent and Thomas.

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Rowenas Inn on the River

Styled as a grand English manor house and secluded on a lush 160-acre estate complete with its own private airstrip, Rowena’s evokes an atmosphere of understated elegance and traditional luxury.

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Royal BC Museum

See all of British Columbia in an afternoon at the Royal BC Museum. Unique galleries showcase the human and natural history of our province and temporary exhibitions explore other countries and cultures.

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