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Barkerville Historic Town

(Chris Harris photo)

Kunst, Kultur & Geschichte

Historische Stätten & Kulturerbe

Parliament Buildings, Victoria (Brendan van Son photo)

Parliament Buildings, Victoria (Brendan van Son photo)

Mittelalterliche Burgen und Ruinen antiker Tempel werden Sie in British Columbia vergeblich suchen. Die Kulturerbestätten in BC bezeugen vielmehr die Entschlossenheit der Menschheit, sich in der einzigartigen Landschaft aus gigantischen Bergen, dichten Wäldern und dem endlosen Pazifischen Ozean zu behaupten.

Einundneunzig nationalhistorische Stätten, zehn provinzialhistorische Stätten und drei UNESCO-Weltkulturerbestätten vermitteln dem Besucher an sorgfältig gepflegten Standorten, oftmals mit interaktiver Unterstützung, einen tiefen Einblick in die Geschichte und Kultur des Landes.

In Barkerville Historic Town lädt eine Postkutsche zu entspannten Ausflügen inklusive Goldwaschen ein; im Britannia Mine Museum können Sie in einem ratternden Eisenbahnwagen fahren. Wenn Sie mehr über das Leben und die Arbeit der Pelzhändler und Fischer erfahren möchten, sind Sie am Fort Langley National Historic Site und der North Pacific Cannery genau richtig.  Die Kettle Valley Rail Trail Route führt Sie entlang einer historischen Strecke durch zahlreiche Tunnel und über spektakuläre Bockbrücken –. Hier können Sie Rad fahren oder sich bei einer Fahrt mit der rund 100 Jahre alten Kettle Valley Steam Railway entspannen.

Interessierte Reisende finden auch abseits der normalen Pfade weitere historische Sehenswürdigkeiten, die zu einer Erkundung einladen. Folgen Sie den Spuren alter Dinosaurier-Pfade in Tumbler Ridge oder wandern Sie im Yoho National Park zu den Burgess-Schiefern, einer der weltweit bedeutendsten Fossillagerstätten. Durchstreifen Sie die von verwitterten Holzhäusern gesäumten Straßen in der Geisterstadt Sandon. Oder genießen Sie auf den Queen Charlotte Islands die Stille einer Wanderung inmitten gigantischer Totempfähle, die von den Haida First Nations zu Begräbnissen aufgestellt wurden.

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3 Valley Gap Heritage Ghost Town

Revelstoke

Experience life in the 1800s while exploring over 25 historic buildings in our Heritage Ghost Town. These restored & fully furnished buildings have been gathered from around BC & assembled near the site of the original town of Three Valley, which swelled & subsided in the 1880s. Highlights of your visit will include the Antique Car Museum, Monashee Mining exhibit & a huge Railway Roundhouse - home to steam engines, railway coaches & one of the largest covered turntables in North America.

The Heritage Ghost Town is located next to Three Valley Lake Chateau, an extraordinary resort destination on the Trans-Canada Hwy.

Barkerville Aerial

Barkerville Historic Town

Barkerville

Barkerville is the largest heritage site in western North America & a National Historic Site of Canada. Founded in 1862, Barkerville is an adventure destination like no other; rich in history and full of life. Meet colourful characters from Barkerville's past, watch Judge Begbie hold Victorian criminals accountable, see authentic gold rush theatre & witness a Cornish Waterwheel in action. Pan for gold, visit exotic Chinatown, go to school 1800s-style or tour the town at your own pace while visiting 140+ historic buildings & displays. Barkerville's merchants, restaurants & accommodations will provide everything you need for a genuinely comfortable trip into BC's golden age.

Annual Maritime Festival

Britannia Shipyards, National Historic Site

Richmond

Britannia Shipyards, National Historic Site is an authentic representation of a once thriving community of canneries, boatyards, residences & stores. Tour some of the oldest shipyard buildings in BC & observe ongoing boat restoration projects in this active waterfront park along the Fraser River. Explore exhibits & take part in programs that interpret life on the river & the experiences of the multicultural community that called Britannia home.

Many of the buildings date back to 1885 & tell the stories of multi-ethnic residents & workers at the Britannia Cannery & Britannia Shipyard: Chinese, European, First Nations & Japanese. This collection of buildings has national value & was designated a National Historic Site in 1992 by the National Historic Sites & Monuments Board.

Castle from above

Craigdarroch Castle

Victoria

Built by coal baron Robert Dunsmuir during the reign of Queen Victoria and now a National Historic Site, Craigdarroch Castle has been meticulously restored, giving visitors a glimpse of privileged life in the 1890s. The castle weaves a fascinating tale of an intriguing family - their achievements, their relationships and even their quirks.

You'll find us just off Fort Street at 1050 Joan Crescent, just a short drive or leisurely walk from Victoria's inner harbour. Open daily for self-guided tours.

Fort Langley at night

Fort Langley National Historic Site

Fort Langley

Experience life as a 19th century voyageur at Fort Langley, where the colony of British Columbia was born. Hear past echoes of musket fire, pan for gold dust dreams and dress up to play pioneer. Mingle with fur traders, learn the blacksmith's art and camp in a historically-themed oTENTiks. Satisfy your curiosity with the audio tour, available in six languages, as well as demonstrations of blacksmithing and barrel-making.

(Toute notre programmation est aussi disponible en français).

Fort Rodd Hill and ship

Fort Rodd Hill & Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site

Victoria

Located 15 minutes west of downtown Victoria, these adjacent national historic sites offer acres of meadows & spectacular views of Esquimalt Harbour & the Juan de Fuca Strait.

Stroll along the ramparts of three coast artillery gun batteries built over 100 years ago. See original guns, intriguing underground magazines & camouflaged searchlight emplacements. Request a self-guided audio tour to listen to authentic stories of the people who lived there. On summer weekends, take your best shot with the Airsoft Challenge.

Step inside Canada's oldest West Coast lighthouse and play with its interactive exhibits. While the kids investigate our tide pools, it's time to sit back & enjoy the moment. Check out our spring and summer events and programs.

Chicken Racing every day

Fort St. James National Historic Site

Fort St. James

One of the most spectacular heritage sites in Canada, situated on the shores of Stuart Lake. Fort St. James is the largest collection of original wooden buildings representing the Fur Trade in Canada and appeals to young and old with family activities for everyone.

Enter our World Class Chicken races held every day at 11:30 and you can win chicken bucks to spend in our gift shop or our restaurant with dishes like salmon fillets, ribs, beef dip sandwiches, salmon burgers, taco chili and stew.

Spend the night in the luxurious Murray House. Dinner and breakfast included Enter the Escape the Fort Challenge and if you win get 20% off dinner or lunch in our restaurant.

Fort Steele Heritage Town

Fort Steele Heritage Town

Fort Steele

The past lives and breathes at Fort Steele Heritage Town.

Perched on the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains since its gold rush beginnings in 1864, the village has gone from boomtown, to regional centre, to ghost town, to one of the most important heritage attractions of its kind in British Columbia.

Enjoy old-time trade demonstrations, steam train rides, and Clydesdale horse-drawn wagon tours. Try gold panning, watch live theatre and street performances, and observe the museum displays - including some exciting traveling exhibits from time to time. Or simply enjoy the gorgeous views in a Kootenay Rockies setting. There's no time like the present and no fun like the past.

We look forward to having you step back in time with us.

George Little House

George Little House

Terrace

George Little House, Terrace's premier heritage home, built in 1914, is now the place where Terrace's community & culture come together. It is the VIA Rail Station & the information hub for downtown Terrace & area. The house showcases & retails antiques, local art, jewellery, pottery, books, topography maps, concert ticket sales & hosts summer Sunday flea markets with vendors that have unique finds on treasure laden tables. The George Little House is only one of many historic & cultural attractions in the Terrace area that you won't want to miss; our knowledgeable staff will make sure you get to the rest.

Summer Kitchen

Grist Mill and Gardens at Keremeos

Keremeos

The Grist Mill and Gardens, a Provincial Heritage Site, has much to offer visitors in its 5 hectares (12 acres): explore a working 1877 waterwheel powered flour mill or our stunning Victorian gardens, participate in one of our regular workshops, performances and other special events, enjoy a delicious lunch made from the freshest local produce by our Executive Chef, browse in our unique gift shop or stay overnight at our creek side RV campground.

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