British Columbia

British Columbia

Comox Air Force Museum

The Comox Air Force Museum located within the Comox Valley on Vancourver Island is listed as one of the top ten things to do on a rainy day. Open year round, this major tourist attraction is...

Trethewey Heritage House

The Trethewey Heritage House was built in 1920 by the Abbotsford Lumber Company for then B.C. timber baron J.O. Trethewey. Built with the finest fir lumber produced by the mill on Mill Lake, the...

Hatley Castle is located on the grounds of Hatley Park and Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC.

Hatley Castle was completed in 1908 and between 1941 and 1943, the castle served as...

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...

The BIG Little Science Centre is located in Kamloops, BC and was stared in February 2000 by Gordon R. Gore, a retired science teacher who has dedicated his life to teaching science in an...

The BC Wine Museum was opened in 1996 and is located in Kelowna, British Columbia. The BC Wine Museum showcases the history and culture of the grape and wine industry in British Columbia. The...

Yoho National Park is located within the Canadian Rockies in southeastern British Columbia. The park is bordered by Kootenay National Park and Banff...

Soak up some B.C. history – literally – at one of Harrison Hot Springs Resort’s many mineral pools. Originally, the hot springs were revered by the Coast Salish people for their medicinal...