S.S. Sicamous

The SS Sicamous, the largest remaining steel-hulled sternwheeler in Canada is located on the southern shores of Lake Okanagan in Penticton, British Columbia.

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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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See Ya Later Ranch

See Ya Later Ranch is located outside of the town of Okanagan Falls, in an atmosphere of old world timelessness.

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Sidney Pioneer Railway

For a quarter of a century, the wood-burning steam ‘locies’ of the ‘Cordwood Limited’ hauled trains throughout the Saanich Peninsula. From 1894 to1919, the Victoria and Sidney Railway was vital to the growth of sawmilling and agriculture communities in Saanich.

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Silvery Slocan Museum

Formerly the Bank of Montreal, this two-story museum features a rare brick bank vault, transportation exhibits, a collection of journals, business machines and memorabilia from the Newmarket Hotel (Victorian sitting room & kitchen).

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Sooke Region Museum

Through the centuries, nature has shaped the people and the history of the southwest coast of Vancouver Island. Presentation of this fascinating story, where the rainforest meets the sea, is the mission of the Sooke Region Museum.

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Spiller Estate Fruit Winery B&B

Spiller Estate Winery is one of the Holman Lang Wineries specializing in fruit wines, plus a beautiful bed and breakfast created around a historic 1930’s home.

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SS Moyie

An international treasure, the SS Moyie is the oldest surviving intact vessel of her type in the world. At the edge of Kootenay Lake, the sternwheeler rests permanently in her former port of call at Kaslo.

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St. Ann’s Academy Historic Site

St. Ann’s Academy is an enduring legacy of women’s and Francophone history in British Columbia. Built between 1871 and 1910 as a school and convent for the Sisters of St.

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St. George Hotel

While in historic Barkerville, why not overnight in the heart of town & have the place to yourselves? The St. George provides visitors with the opportunity to spend the night in the gold rush town, something few visitors experience.

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Station House Studio & Gallery

The Station House Gallery and Gift shop is situated in an original regular #3 Rail Station that was built in 1920. The building still has most of the original features (including framed blueprints).

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Stella Ranch Bale B&B

Stella Ranch Bale B&B is a lovely Lindal cedar home at base of the Marble Mountains. Hike or ride parts of the original Gold Rush Trail.

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Steveston Museum

At the Steveston Museum, visitors get an authentic taste of early 20th-century life in this historic fishing village in southwest Richmond. The museum is housed in what was Steveston’s first bank building circa 1905.

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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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Sunshine Coast Museum & Archives

Discover the Historical Connection Between Land, Sea & Human Experience. The Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives presents the history of the Sunshine Coast and its inhabitants.

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The BC Wine Museum & VQA Wine Shop

As soon as the doors were opened to the BC Orchard Industry Museum, there was a clear interest in the other major agricultural pursuit in the Valley – the wine industry.

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The Bears Heritage House B&B

Come stay at this renovated 100-year-old Colonial Style Farm House. Built in the early nineteen hundreds by the Bears (Beers) Family, it remains one of Hope’s Historic Homes.

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The BirdCages in Victoria

The Legislative Buildings for the Colony of Vancouver Island were built here in 1859. Nicknamed ’The Birdcages’, due to their quaint style, they were replaced in 1894 by the present buildings.

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The Butchart Gardens – National Historic Site

Established in 1904, this world-renowned garden occupies 22 ha (55 ac) with stunning floral displays. The gardens feature great dining with casual & more formal dining using many local products & an extensive BC wine list.

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The Colonial Inn B&B

Colonial Inn B&B is the historic guest house of Nickel Plate Gold Mine. Enjoy 5 large bedrooms, private/shared bath, living room, landscaped lawns, gardens, wood-burning fireplace & period furniture.

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The Crow & Gate Public House

Located on ten acres of scenic property in Cedar, near Nanaimo, the Crow & Gate Public House became the first neighbourhood pub in British Columbia in 1972.

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The Dining Room at Ainsworth Hot Springs

Located at the historic Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort, enjoy the Springs Dining Room with friendly, professional service and a casual fine dining menu. Offering an array of homemade dishes from Breakfast to Dinner with something to tantalize everyone’s taste buds.

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The Fairmont Empress

Constructed in 1908, this luxury hotel overlooking the Inner Harbour is a landmark in Victoria. Features include the Willow Stream Spa; fitness centre; indoor pool; famous Afternoon Tea; casual/family/fine dining options; lounge; and Fairmont Gold concierge.

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The Fish House in Stanley Park

In 1929, the popularity of Stanley Park motivated the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation to create amenities to accompany the increasing usage of the area.

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The Heritage Grill – New Westminster

The Heritage Grill a unique restaurant located in the heart of historic downtown New Westminster, the first capital city of British Columbia. As the name indicates, the restaurant is located in a heritage building at 447 Columbia Street.

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