The world-class city of Vancouver and its environs are a focal point of British Columbia’s history. From its Coast Salish roots to the arrival of European settlers by train and boat, the region’s heritage is reflected in the spectacular geography of mountains and ocean.

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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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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Jewish Museum and Archives of BC

The Jewish Museum & Archives of British Columbia, as governed by the Jewish Historical Society of British Columbia, is the preeminent and authoritative body for the collection and sharing of community memory of Jewish life in British Columbia.

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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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Limbert Mountain Farm

Established in 1902, this heritage farm provides food for your senses with tranquil hillside gardens, sensual herbs & local cuisine!

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North Vancouver Museum & Archives

Discover North Vancouver’s roots – explore its fascinating history Visit a gallery of unique, changing exhibitions Participate in tours and special events In one of the world’s most spectacular settings, human activity has shaped the environment and has been shaped

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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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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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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’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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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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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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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 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 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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