Antiques in a window (David Gluns photo)
Exploration, settlement, and industry are themes at museums in the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains region.
Step into 19th century British Columbia at Fort Langley National Historic Site, a bustling outdoor "living museum," or don 19th century garb at the historic townsite of Yale.
Ride down a dark mining tunnel at the Britannia Mine Museum, or look to the skies to see restored aircraft at the Canadian Museum of Flight. Vintage railcars are firmly rooted on the ground at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park.
Visitor Centres have information on local museums and historic sites. Check the hours of operation for museums, as they may vary by season.
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6804 SW Marine Dr
Vancouver, British Columbia
Explore Canada's oldest continuously operating university botanical garden and immerse yourself in the world of wild-collected plants. Garden highlights include an Asian garden with over 400 different species of rhododendrons, thousands of alpine and montane plants from around the world, a traditional physic garden full of herbs, a demonstration food garden, and the Greenheart Canopy Walkway eco-adventure. Also visit the Beaty Biodiversity Museum also close by.
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