Yale Historic Site

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Yale Historic Site

At the Yale Historic Site you can visit the museum where artifacts and collections from Yale’s historic past are on display in the ‘Creighton House’, an original home built in the 1870’s. Built in 1863, St. John the Divine, one of the oldest churches in BC, houses original altar pieces as well as ‘Enduring Threads’, a collection of antique linens hand stitched by the students of All Hallows girls school. Visit the Living History-‘Tent City’ where you can relive life in the 1860’s in the General Store, Saloon or Chinese Boarding house. New on site this year is an old Gaol House. Tour the tents in period costume chosen from the extensive collection housed in the ‘Ward House’, another of Yale’s original buildings. Try your hand at gold panning, either on site or on the banks of the Fraser River.

Walking tours of Historic Yale or the Pioneer Cemetery are available.

Location (Approximate): 
31187 Douglas Street
Yale, BC
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