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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Ladysmith’s Award-Winning Heritage Route

The Ladysmith Heritage Route highlights Ladysmith’s history of coal mining, forestry, rail and marine industry. The Route provides a link from our living heritage downtown to the working waterfront and Transfer Beach Park.

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Ladysmith’s Heritage Buildings

Ladysmith’s iconic downtown streetscape remains a wonderful reminder of the town’s colourful and sometimes turbulent past. The diverse group of heritage structures of this time period is a vibrant legacy and source of community pride.

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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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Mackie Lake House

Mackie Lake House is nestled on the edge of Kalamalka Lake in Coldstream, British Columbia. Mackie Lake House presents a unique situation where, through private philanthropy, a significant heritage house and property have been preserved.

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Maritime Discovery Centre

Experience the rich maritime history of the Alberni Valley, Alberni Inlet, Barkley Sound and Vancouver Island’s rugged west coast.

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Maritime Museum of British Columbia

The Maritime Museum of BC first opened its doors to the public in 1955 as a naval museum located on Signal Hill just outside the gates of the HMC Dockyard in Esquimalt.

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McLean Mill National Historic Site

The McLean Mill National Historic Site is a restored 1926 Steam Sawmill and Camp and is the only commercial steam-operated sawmill in Canada. You can experience the excitement of steam, as the sawmill cuts wood for demonstration and sale.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Wyngaert Store

Who knew that the residents of Gibsons Landing loved ice cream so much? Originally constructed as a dress making shop in 1922, this location was re-purposed as a general store in 1930 by Frank Wyngaert.

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Xatśūll Heritage Village

The Xatśūll First Nation community welcomes you to their National Award-Winning Heritage Village. The Majestic Fraser River runs alongside the Xatśūll Heritage Village and has played an integral role in the community throughout the years.

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