Burnaby Village Museum & Carousel is a place where history comes to life - Stroll down the streets of a 1920s village exploring at your own pace.
City Explorers is an experiential learning summer program in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia for kids aged 9-13 offering two unique 1-week camp programs in the month of July with a focus on exploration and the outdoors.
Come visit the former home of the Vancouver Coroner's Court to explore the history of crime and policing in our city at the Vancouver Police Museum. Learn about real-life CSI, and remember your camera for all those photo opportunities!
Explore, Experience, Be Proud, Be Inspired. Relive some of BC sport’s greatest moments at the BC Sports Hall of Fame.
Britannia is an example of the type of village which once served the thriving fishing industry. This national historic site is representative of the diverse community built on pilings and connected by boardwalks.
The Britannia Mine Museum was established in 1971 to preserve the material and social history of mining in British Columbia, and to educate the public about mining.
Formerly the Municipal Hall for the Corporation of Delta, the Delta Museum and Archives Society has transformed the space into three floors of permanent exhibits consisting of fine artifacts and authentic detail.
The Cannery's setting in the village of Steveston is part of a rich cultural landscape shaped by the development of the fishing industry.
The H.R. MacMillan Space Centre brings the wonders of space to Earth. Through innovative programming, exhibits and activities, our goal is to inspire sustained interest in the fields of Earth science, space science and astronomy.
London Heritage Farm is a 4.06 acre historical site that overlooks the south arm of the Fraser River.
Visit our natural history museum and the temperate rainforest! Since our doors opened in 1971, our programs and interactive exhibits have helped over 100,000 people each year.
The Museum of Anthropology at UBC houses one of the world’s finest displays of Northwest Coast First Nations arts in a spectacular Arthur Erickson designed building overlooking mountains and sea.
The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) creates Vancouver-focused exhibitions and programs that encourage dynamic conversations about what Vancouver was, is, and can be.
Our mission is to preserve and promote Japanese Canadian history, arts and culture through vibrant programs and exhibits that connect generations and inspire diverse audiences.
Roedde House Museum, in Vancouver's West End, is a late-Victorian home in the Queen Anne revival style.
The Olympic Experience at the Richmond Olympic Oval is Canada's only Olympic Museum. Be inspired by our over 500 authentic Olympic artefacts and get active on our 5 world-class sport simulators.
Housing a permanent collection of more than 10,000 artworks, the Vancouver Art Gallery continues to build on the collection's historical and contemporary strengths. Currently, approximately 3% of the collection is on view.
Discover the history & maritime traditions of the Pacific Coast. Step back in time to 1944 on board St Roch, Canada's celebrated RCMP Arctic schooner.
The WVM fosters awareness and understanding of art, culture and history through exhibitions and educational programs. The Museum profiles important creators, innovators, and significant events that shape our community, region, and country.
Fall in love with the diversity of life as you explore over 500 natural history exhibits and stare through the jaws of the largest creature ever to live on Earth, a 26-metre-long blue whale skeleton!
Explore the culture and history of Richmond in the museum’s constantly changing exhibition gallery. There is always something new to discover!
Built in 1905 in the heart of the village, Steveston Museum and Visitor Centre’s iconic cream, red and white building is a true heritage gem. Originally Richmond’s first bank, the building is now a museum, visitor centre and post office.