Sites historiques et du patrimoine

Orpaillage dans le village historique de Barkerville, photo de BC Heritage/Leif Grandell
Orpaillage dans le village historique de Barkerville, photo de BC Heritage/Leif Grandell

Les sites historiques de Colombie-Britannique ne comprennent ni châteaux médiévaux ni ruines de temples anciens. En effet, la plupart des sites du patrimoine de Colombie-Britannique racontent les histoires de personnes déterminées ayant réussi à s'implanter à proximité de montagnes gigantesques, de forêts denses et du vaste océan Pacifique.

Quatre-vingt-onze sites historiques nationaux, dix sites historiques provinciaux et trois sites du patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO vous offrent un vaste choix d'expériences, souvent interactives, et qui prennent place dans des endroits à la fois restaurés et bien entretenus.

Embarquez à bord d'une diligence et partez à la recherche de l'or dans la cité historique de Barkerville, ou montez dans un chariot brinquebalant au musée Britannia Mine. Découvrez la vie des marchands de fourrure sur le site historique national de Fort Langley, et celle des pêcheurs à la North Pacific Cannery. La Kettle Valley Rail Trail suit un trajet historique, passe sous des tunnels et traverse des ponts sur chevalets. Effectuez une partie du parcours à bicyclette ou voyagez sur la Kettle Valley Steam Railway.

D'autres sites historiques de Colombie-Britannique se situent hors des sentiers battus, pour les aventuriers à l'imagination débordante. Suivez les traces des dinosaures à Tumbler Ridge, partez en randonnée vers le Burgess Shale et découvrez d'étranges fossiles au Parc national de Yoho. Flânez parmi les cabanes en bois délabrées des villes fantômes telles que Sandon. Vous pouvez également admirer les immenses totems mortuaires des Premières Nations Haida sur les îles Queen Charlotte.

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95 Sites historiques et du patrimoine in British Columbia

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11 Historic O'Keefe Ranch - Vernon

9380 Hwy 97 N
Vernon, British Columbia
V1T 6M8
Toll-free
Phone250-542-7868

Founded in 1867, Historic O'Keefe Ranch is a registered charity, which tells the story of early BC Ranching and endeavours to preserve the history and culture of the early ranching era for future generations. With regular admission, guests receive a guided tour of the O'Keefe Mansion, and are encouraged to self explore the historical buildings including the St. Anne's Church, General Store and Blacksmith Shop. View the Greenhow Museum exhibitions, artisan workshops, antique farm equipment, and farm animals. The Ranch offers tours by horseback, Cowboy Dinner and Murder Mystery shows, a Corn Maze and Sleigh Rides. The Ranch is also available for weddings and facility rentals. There's an RV park with water and power available, as well as a restaurant and gift shop on site.

12 Huble Homestead Historic Site - Prince George

40 Km North On Mitchell Rd
Prince George, British Columbia
V2L 3G5
Toll-free
Phone250-564-7033

Huble Homestead is a heritage site located at the base of the historic Giscome Portage. Originally a homestead and fur trading post, the site has been restored to its 1915 condition and is open to the public from May to October for guided tours, lunch and shopping in the General Store.

Special events are held throughout the summer featuring blacksmithing and pioneer demonstrations, entertainment, games, and contests for the whole family. Even dogs are welcome on a leash! Huble Homestead is located 40 km (24 mi) north of Prince George, just off Hwy 97 on Mitchell Road.

13 Kettle Valley Steam Railway - Summerland

18404 Bathville Rd
Summerland, British Columbia
V0H 1Z8
Toll-free877-494-8424
Phone250-494-8422

Come out and take a ride on the Kettle Valley Steam Railway! Operating on the only remaining section of the historic Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) - this unique 90 minute journey takes you through beautiful, rural Summerland and onto the Trout Creek Bridge with a stunning view of Okanagan Lake and canyon below.

Enjoy the sights and sounds of our restored 104 year old steam locomotive (the 3716/Spirit of Summerland), an observation game for kids and lively musical entertainment, make every run memorable for the whole family. Book early for our special events which include Easter Trains, our thrilling Great Train Robbery, BBQs and our magical Summerland Christmas Express Trains.

There's nothing else like it in the Okanagan Valley!

14 Kilby Historic Site - Harrison Mills

215 Kilby Rd
Harrison Mills, British Columbia
V0M 1L0
Toll-free
Phone604-796-9576

Your visit to Kilby General Store Museum will take you back to the 'good old days'; when the country store was a familiar sight in rural British Columbia. This designated 5 acre BC heritage attraction includes a 1906 general store, Manchester House Hotel, post office, First Nations exhibit, friendly farm animals, restaurant and gift shop.

See long forgotten brand names on the crowded shelves, goods of all descriptions hanging from the ceiling and the old pot-bellied stove near the traditional checker-board where you can match your skill with the storekeeper. From the time you open the squeaky screen door, you are guaranteed to enjoy this authentic journey back to the 1920s. Then explore the barnyard and all the friendly farm animals.

15 Laurel Packinghouse - Kelowna

1304 Ellis St
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 1Z8
Toll-free
Phone778-478-0325

Soak in the ambiance of the oldest fruit packinghouse in BC, which earned Kelowna's first heritage designation. It operated as a fruit packinghouse until the 1970s and today is home to the Okanagan Wine and Orchard Museum. Women working the packingline were called 'apple wrapper flappers'. See how precisely they loaded 160 boxes a day, and learn about packing, picking, and growing fruit. The local wine industry grew from "OK wine" to world class in 60 years. Get the dirt on old and new vines, and explore the trials and triumphs of the industry.

The Laurel Gift Shop features made-in-Okanagan gifts and treats.

Planning an event? Rent the Laurel for your wedding, meeting or gathering and treat your guests to an authentic Okanagan ambiance.

16 London Heritage Farm - Richmond

6511 Dyke Rd
Richmond, British Columbia
V7E 3R3
Toll-free
Phone604-271-5220

London Heritage Farm is a 1.6 hectare (4 acre) historical site that overlooks the south arm of the Fraser River in southwest Richmond, near Steveston Village. The site features an 1890s Farmhouse in a park with lovely heritage and herb gardens, the restored Spraggs Family Barn, old farming equipment, a small hand tool museum, chickens, bees and Allotment Gardens. The Farmhouse features a Tea Room, Gift Shop and Museum with period themed rooms for viewing.

Take a stroll through the park and heritage gardens, wander through the historic farmhouse and stop for a cup of our London Lady Tea and delicious home baked scones and homemade jam and other baked goods in our Tea Room. Admission by donation.

17 Mackie Lake House - Coldstream

7804 Kidston Rd
Coldstream, British Columbia
V1B 1S2
Toll-free
Phone250-545-1019

On Thursdays in the summer, come relax on the screened verandah overlooking the gardens and Kalamalka Lake as we pamper you with delicious savoury and sweet treats and tea served in fine bone china.

Wander back in time on a guided tour offered Tuesdays at 11:00 am in July and August and view the interior of this lovely 1910 arts and crafts style home.

For a magical summer evening, experience the Music at Mackie Summer Concert Series on select Friday nights.

The spacious grounds create a beautiful venue for weddings, concerts and other outdoor events. We look forward to meeting you for one or many of our events here at the Mackie Lake House.

18 Mackin House Museum - Coquitlam

1116 Brunette Ave
Coquitlam, British Columbia
V3K 1G3
Toll-free
Phone604-516-6151

Built in 1909 for the General Manager of Fraser Mills, one of the largest mills in the British Empire at the time. It has now been restored to depict life in the early 1900s of Coquitlam. Mackin House is located in the historic French neighbourhood of Maillardville, in Heritage Square. Many of the local streets have French names. We offer drop-in tours of the house and scheduled tours of the surrounding neighbourhood. There is a great city park across the street to play in & restaurants are close by.

19 Miyazaki Heritage House - Lillooet

643 Russell Lane
Lillooet, British Columbia
V0K 1V0
Toll-free
Phone250-256-6808

Lillooet's Miyazaki Heritage House is a must see. Built in the late 1880s, it features fine craftsmanship and Victorian architecture. The house and property was a gift to the community of Lillooet from the late Dr. Miyazaki. His office and examination room has been preserved as he left it, including fascinating medical instruments of days gone by. Art from local artists and artisans is on display at the house, some of which is for sale. During the summer, outdoor music concerts and other events are held at the house and grounds on a regular basis. Wednesday evenings feature local and out of town musicians, singers and bands.

Private tours including lunch may be booked, inquire on our website. Admission is by donation.

20 Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre - New Denver

306 Josephine St
New Denver, British Columbia
V0G 1S0
Toll-free
Phone250-358-7288

The Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre (NIMC) is a National Historic Site dedicated to preserving and sharing of the history of the internment of over 22,000 Japanese Canadians during the Second World War.

The Centre opened in 1994 as an initiative from the New Denver Kyowakai Society and is located on the site of a former internment camp. The site is now operated by the Village of New Denver. The original buildings, period artifacts, interpretive displays, and Heiwa Teien (Peace) garden chronicle this extraordinary episode in Canadian history.

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