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Sightseeing, Airlines, Accessibility
Founded in 1982 with two small seaplanes, Harbour Air is North America’s largest and first fully carbon neutral airline. The company’s international seaplane service, which originally began as a service for the forestry industry in B.C., is now a quintessential west coast experience. With a showcase fleet of more than 40 aircraft, Harbour Air offers up to 200 daily scheduled flights, scenic tours, adventure packages, and private flights. With 12 scheduled destinations connecting downtown Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle (WA), Nanaimo, Tofino, Whistler, South Vancouver (YVR), Sechelt, Salt Spring Island, Pitt Meadows, Maple Bay and Comox, B.C. born Harbour Air welcomes 450,000 passengers every year.
The Richmond Art Gallery is the City of Richmond’s Public Art Gallery, supported by the Richmond Art Gallery Association. RAGA is an independent, non-profit society formed to support the gallery of the City of Richmond. Through innovative exhibition and education programming, the Richmond Art Gallery strives to enhance an understanding and enjoyment of contemporary visual art. The art gallery features exhibitions of regional, national and international contemporary works of art. Our Mission is to promote dialogue around contemporary art. We are here to offer you ways to connect to art, your community and yourself by providing a place to look, think, create and communicate.
Explore the 1898, late Victorian London Farm House that has been fully restored and furnished to illustrate rural life in Richmond between 1890 and 1920. London Heritage Farm is one of the earliest farm sites in Richmond. Charles and Henrietta London built a small house on site in 1898 and then added to it in 1906. The farm produced dairy products, oats, wheat barley, fruit from an orchard and vegetables. This riverfront land became known as London’s landing and a wharf was built on the property to provide greater access to the river to send farm products to market. Today visitors can also enjoy beautiful heritage perennial flowers, a kitchen and herb garden, an outside exhibit of large, antique farm equipment and chickens.
Theatre & Performing Arts
Gateway Theatre enriches the quality of life in Richmond and surrounding communities by creating outstanding professional theatre. Each season, we offer six award-winning plays & a fantastic mix of comedy, drama, and musical.
Enjoy a safe successful saltwater fishing trip departing from Vancouver marina, located next to YVR. Fully licensed, insured, certified excursion in our safe, deep hull Uniflite Sportfisher. Enjoy cruising in the heated enclosed cabin, or on the spacious fishing cockpit. Local and gulf island fishing trips targeting all 5 species of local salmon, lingcod, rockfish and halibut, crabs and prawns
Museums & Heritage Sites, Attractions
Sightseeing, Buses, Taxis & Shuttles
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Located minutes from downtown Vancouver and YVR airport, this 18-hole, 6,641-yard well-conditioned course designed by Les Furber is known for fast, well-protected greens, lush fairways and distinctive water. Its inspired layout offers a unique challenge on every hole. The towering Coast Mountains to the north, the Pacific Ocean breezes from the west and shimmering stretches of water add both beauty and excitement to your game. Member GolfBC Group.
Museums & Heritage Sites, Accessibility
Britannia Shipyards is an authentic representation of a once thriving community of canneries, boat yards, residences and stores. City of Richmond staff and dedicated volunteers work together to preserve and restore the shipyard and surrounding buildings as an active wooden boat centre and waterfront park. Tour the oldest shipyard buildings in British Columbia, and observe ongoing boat restoration projects as you experience a bygone time when fishing and boatbuilding were flourishing industries on the Fraser River. Many of the buildings date back to 1885 and tell the stories of multi-ethnic residents and workers at the Britannia Cannery and Britannia Shipyards: Chinese, European, First Nations and Japanese. This collection of buildings has national value and was designated a National Historic Site in 1992 by the National Historic Sites and Monuments Board.
We’re a small company with a big goal: Promote environmental awareness and protection of our region by showcasing the Squamish wilderness to everyone, regardless of their age or fitness level. Our mission is simple, but from the heart. We believe that for humans to want to protect any piece of pristine wilderness they must first know the exhilaration that comes from spending time in the mountains and oceans. Sea To Sky Air was created so that you don’t have to be a seasoned hiker, a backpacker, or a bold adventurer to experience the super, natural Squamish attractions that lay in our protected parks, ecological reserves, and conservancies. In our small aircraft and floatplanes everyone has the chance to experience the enjoyment of being amongst ancient mountains, plateaus, valleys, lakes, rivers, fjords, and wetlands, without the need for expert knowledge or backcountry equipment. We hope that once you see what’s out there you’ll want to protect it, too.