Museums

Museum of Vancouver
Museum of Vancouver (MOV)

The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) creates Vancouver-focused exhibitions and programs that encourage dynamic conversations about what was, is and can be Vancouver. Permanent exhibits tell the city’s stories from the early 1900s to the late ’70s, and are complemented by contemporary feature exhibits. Located in scenic Vanier Park, set against
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Britannia Mine Museum

The Britannia Mine Museum is a fantastic attraction!  The museum is incredibly well put together with loads of components for all ages.  The start of the museum has a great kids’ corner.  Our boys couldn’t get enough of the train-pulley station.  They’d still be there if we’d have allowed it!  Of
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BC Sports Hall of Fame
BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

At the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, your experience begins with an inspiring showcase of BC’s Olympians, Paralympians, world-class athletes, teams and pioneers; the stories of our athletes and teams who have accomplished greatness and brought pride to British Columbia and Canada. You will be entertained and educated
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Port Moody Station Museum
Port Moody Station Museum

The railroad was once the primary means of long distance travel for people and commerce and the Port Moody Station was the terminus of the CPR (and the second built) until it was moved further west to Vancouver. The Port Moody Station, completed in 1908 and in service until 1976,
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BC Farm Museum Sign
BC Farm Museum

The BC Farm Machinery and Agricultural Museum features British Columbia’s largest collection of pioneer artifacts. The kids will love riding on the Museum’s pedal tractors. While a number of the displays are for eyes-only, ask a volunteer to show your kids the vegetable sorting machine and the egg sorting machine.
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Kids' Gallery at the Surrey Museum
Get Hands On! NEW Kids’ Gallery at the Surrey Museum

Imagine visiting a museum where you don’t have to constantly say “don’t touch” or “please just look” or “good grief, get down from there”. Welcome to the new Kids’ Gallery at the Surrey Museum. Tucked in the back corner of the Museum, the new 900 sqft space is dedicated entirely
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An Afternoon at the Vancouver Maritime Museum

When adults visit a museum with children, there is a fine line to tread to keep everyone happy. Parents want to see; look at artifacts, read stories and descriptions. Kids on the other hand are doers; they want to touch and feel. The Vancouver Maritime Museum was able to satisfy
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B.C. Farm Museum

Located in Fort Langley the BC Farm Museum holds the largest collection of antique farm machinery in the province.  Enjoy wandering the many buildings filled with historical farming equipment. B.C. Farm Museum Contact Info: Where: Langley Time: April 1 – Thanksgiving Day (10am – 4:30pm) Address: 9131 King Street, Langley Phone: (604) 888-2273
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Beaty Biodiversity Museum
Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Fall in love with the diversity of life as you explore 20,000 square feet of exhibits, visit the Allan Yap Teaching Lab, and stare through the jaws of the largest creature ever to live on Earth—the blue whale. The museum puts UBC’s natural history collections, with more than two million
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New Westminster Museum and Archives

The New Westminster Museum and Archives, located directly behind Irving House, brings alive the history of Western Canada’s oldest city. See items brought by the Royal Engineers, who founded New Westminster in 1859. Learn about New Westminster’s historic May Day celebration, the oldest continuing event of its type in the
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