Le Fort Langley, photo de Tourism Langley
Le Fort Langley, photo de Tourism Langley

Les musées de Colombie-Britannique détiennent des collections qui raviront toutes les passions et centres d'intérêt : L'art aborigène, l'histoire maritime, les chemins de fer, les cowboys, les reliques de la ruée vers l'or, les dinosaures, les grille-pains et les équipements agricoles. Le choix est vaste, par quoi commencer ?

Des musées importants, tels que le musée d'anthropologie et le musée royal de Colombie-Britannique de Victoria, hébergent des collections impressionnantes d'art et de culture aborigènes. Des musées à l'échelle plus réduite regorgent de richesses locales, de photos et d'anecdotes.

Apprenez-en plus sur les trains au musée canadien du transport ferroviaire de Cranbrook, sur l'exploration de l'Arctique au musée maritime de Vancouver, ou sur la construction de l'Alaska Highway à Dawson Creek.

Explorez le passé à la Dinosaur Discovery Gallery de Tumbler Ridge et découvrez la culture aborigène au Centre patrimonial Haida. Le mode de vie des cowboys est à l'honneur au musée du Cariboo Chilcotin, une ville en plein essor de la ruée vers l'or reprend vie dans la ville historique de Barkerville et le commerce des fourrures est préservé sur le site historique national de Fort Langley.

Vous trouverez également des musées uniques en leur genre : des instruments de musique mécaniques (à Revelstoke), et même des grille-pains (à Stewart).

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91 Musées in British Columbia

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1 Agassiz-Harrison Museum & Visitor Info Centre - Agassiz

7011 Pioneer Ave
Agassiz, British Columbia
V0M 1A0

Agassiz is a friendly agricultural community known for healthy, country living & endless outdoor activities.

The Agassiz-Harrison Museum & Visitor Information Centre is housed in an 1893 CPR station. Our museum offers railway history, period clothing, artifacts, photographs & stories of pioneer life. In our Gift Shop you will find all things local; art, jewelry, preserves, books, pottery, woodwork & many more handcrafted items.

While visiting our area explore the Agassiz/Harrison Mills Circle Farm Tour, water sports, fishing, hiking, cycling, skiing in the picturesque Fraser Valley. Visit the Farmers Market every Thursday in the museum parking lot during the summer.

The Visitor Information Centre can help you find & plan your visit to the area.

Well worth the visit to our community!

2 Alaska Highway House - Dawson Creek

10201 10th St
Dawson Creek, British Columbia
V1G 3T5

30,000 US army soldiers and civilians completed this astounding engineering feat in just nine months. Find out how by discovering the story behind the monumental Alaska Highway.

3 Armstrong/Spallumcheen Museum and Art Gallery - Armstrong

3415 Pleasant Valley Rd
Armstrong, British Columbia
V0E 1B0

Armstrong/Spallumcheen Museum and Art Society operates a museum, archives and art gallery. This facility is open to the public by donation and makes available the artifacts, archival material and artwork of this region. The Society actively collects, organizes, houses, preserves and presents this material.

We have monthly art shows showcasing artists of the North Okanagan from May through to the last week of November. The museum also operates a gift shop and contains books and postcards from the local area as well as work from local artisans.

In December we are open the last 3 weekends for the Christmas season and "Festival of Trees".

4 Ashcroft Museum - Ashcroft

402 Brink St
Ashcroft, British Columbia
V0K 1A0

Rated as one of the best museums in the interior, come explore Ashcroft during the late 1800s. Examine First Nation handcrafts and local history and see China Town in its heyday.

A visit to our museum is much like walking down a country lane and peaking into different homes and businesses. See a dining room table set for dinner or allow a local mercantile to take you back in time. We are fortunate to have some very rare items in our exhibit. There are also special areas that pay special attention to our First Nation and Chinese inhabitants and the role they played in our history.

5 BC Farm Museum - Fort Langley

9131 King St
Fort Langley, British Columbia
V1M 2R6

Bring the children, grandchildren, or your friends to see the largest collection of pioneer artifacts in Western Canada. Two large buildings in Fort Langley - near the HBC Fort. You will find the most interesting collection of pioneer effects, tractors, carriages, small engines, as well as model engines.

See the farm kitchen, the parlour & the textile room exhibiting a historic loom & sewing machines. Check out the working windmills & the large steam engine. The archival reference library contains thousands of books, manuals, magazines & other agricultural documents plus early photos. In 2015 we added interactive computer tablet terminals so you can watch many of our items in operation. Bring your cameras!

6 BC Sports Hall of Fame - Vancouver

777 Pacific Blvd
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 4Y8

Come learn about BC's top athletes and teams in the Hall of Champions. Immerse yourself in the monumental journeys of Terry Fox and Rick Hansen. Our Teams; Our Turf Gallery celebrates the Vancouver Canucks, BC Lions and Vancouver Whitecaps. Run, jump and play in the Participation Zone and see inside the spectacular BC Place.

While here, enhance your visit with an All Access Experience tour and get behind the scenes of BC Place! You'll get to hit all the stadium highlights including: the Media Lounge, Premium Suite areas, team locker rooms (when available) and access onto the field providing visitors with an amazing viewpoint of BC Place (when available).

7 BC Vintage Truck Museum - Surrey

6022 - 176th Street
Surrey, British Columbia
V3S 4E7

The BC Vintage Truck Museum is located in the historic town of Cloverdale and is open every Wednesday and Saturday from 10:00 am-2:00 pm.

View more than 20 beautifully restored vintage trucks dating back to 1914 and learn about the history of trucking in BC with trucks, displays, photographs and memorabilia.

The original and first 1881 Surrey Town Hall is also part of the museum. Friendly volunteers are always available to give you a guided tour.

Admission is by donation.

8 Beaty Biodiversity Museum - Vancouver

2212 Main Mall
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6T 1Z4

Fall in love with the diversity of life as you explore over 2 million plants & animals. Stare through the jaws of the largest creature ever to live on Earth, a 26 metre long blue whale skeleton! The natural history museum houses six major collections including fish, fossils, shells, insects, fungi, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians & plant specimens from around British Columbia & the world. Drop-in public programs include activity stations, tours, crafts, puppet shows & more. The museum also hosts interesting lectures, workshops, and temporary art exhibits. Visit our website for more information.

Come for a full day at UBC & visit the Beaty, MOA, UBC Botanical Garden & Greenheart Canopy Walkway.

9 Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art - Vancouver

639 Hornby St
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6C 2G3

A public gallery nestled in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Named after the acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid (1920-1998), the Gallery is located close to major hotels and the SkyTrain Canada, Millenium and Expo lines.

It is the only public gallery in Canada dedicated to contemporary Indigenous art of the northwest coast. Highlights include Reid's stunning gold & silver jewelry, his monumental sculptures in bronze and stone, and a towering totem pole by James Hart of Haida Gwaii. The Gallery Shop is a source for northwest coast gifts, including carefully selected works of original art, finely crafted jewelry, and uniquely designed accessories and gift ware. Inspired by the Gallery's exhibitions, featured pieces are authentic and Indigenous.

All purchases in the shop support contemporary northwest coast artists.

10 Britannia Mine Museum - Britannia Beach

Hwy 99
Britannia Beach, British Columbia
V0N 1J0

Faces just seem to light up once the Britannia Mine Museum's underground train pulls out. Our underground guided tour introduces you to the joys, noise and stories of BC mining history and pioneers.

Go ahead and explore. Within the modern Visitor Centre, you'll uncover one feature after another that includes a film, interactive exhibits and panning for real gold to take home.

To reach the highly acclaimed Britannia Mine Museum, head north on the Sea to Sky Highway (approximately 45 minutes from downtown Vancouver).

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