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 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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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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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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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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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 Langham Cultural Centre

First constructed as a hotel in 1896, later used as internment housing, the Langham was transformed into an arts centre with a theatre, two galleries, studios and an archival display on the Japanese Canadian internment years.

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The Laurel Packinghouse

The Laurel Packinghouse is located in the heart of Kelowna’s Cultural District and is home to the BC Orchard Industry Museum and the BC Wine Museum & VQA Wine Shop, and is one of Canada’s few industrial sites preserved to

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The Old School House Art Centre

Built in 1912, this schoolhouse is now a public art gallery highlighting West Coast culture. It features resident artists’ studios, where artists work in a variety of mediums. Visitors can watch the artists at work & discuss their techniques.

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Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art & History

Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History celebrates the creativity, the history, the vibe that is Nelson, Canada’s Best Small Art Town. The Touchstones facility opened to the public in October 2006 after a $3.2 million renovation.

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Valemount Museum

The building which is now the museum is the original train station. It was built in 1914, when Valemount did not exist, but a town called Swift Creek was just up the creek.

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Vancouver Police Museum

Visit Vancouver’s old Coroner’s Court to learn about the history of lawlessness and law enforcement in Vancouver. The museum collects objects, photographs and archival materials related to the history of policing in Vancouver and the forensic sciences.

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Wentworth Villa

An Architectural Heritage Museum dedicated to the beauty of historic homes of the Victoria, BC area, their preservation, documentation and popularization. A museum telling stories of homes, the people who built them and those who inhabited them.

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Whistler Museum

Before the world-famous slopes and resort, Whistler Valley was settled by pioneers. In the early 1900s the region was a base for loggers and miners.

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