Sites historiques et du patrimoine

Gastown, photo de Tourism BC/Tom Ryan
Gastown, photo de Tourism BC/Tom Ryan

Les sites patrimoniaux et historiques de Vancouver mettent en évidence la diversité culturelle de la ville. Promenez-vous dans le « Vancouver original » dans le quartier Gastown, pénétrez l’un des plus grands et plus dynamiques quartiers chinois d’Amérique du Nord et contemplez à proximité une conserverie de pêche du 19ème siècle à la conserverie du golfe de Géorgie, à Richmond.

D’autres sites préservent l’histoire aborigène et pionnière de la ville, ainsi que l’architecture des époques victorienne et édouardienne. Davantage de sites modernes reflètent l’émergence de Vancouver comme ville de classe mondiale avec des événements culturels et sportifs.

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En tant que plus vieux quartier de Vancouver et site historique national, Gastown comprend de charmantes rues pavées, une horloge à vapeur d’époque et des façades en briques. Une statue commémore le fondateur de Gastown, « Gassy Jack » Deighton, qui a ouvert un saloon ici en 1867. Des magasins et restaurants alléchants complètent l’expérience.

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12 Sites historiques et du patrimoine in Vancouver

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1 Britannia Shipyards, National Historic Site - Richmond

5180 Westwater Dr
Richmond, British Columbia
V7E 6P3

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.

2 London Heritage Farm - Richmond

6511 Dyke Rd
Richmond, British Columbia
V7E 3R3

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.

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3 Burnaby Village Museum - Burnaby

6501 Deer Lake Ave
Burnaby, British Columbia
V5G 3T6

Where History Comes to Life.

Stroll down the streets of our 1920s village exploring the heritage & replica buildings. Period costumed townsfolk give demonstrations in the homes, businesses and shops: watch the blacksmith at forge, listen to the rhythm of the platen press, mind the teacher in the schoolhouse, catch an old movie in the theatre and hear stories about the Love family and their Farmhouse. Be sure to take in the elegance of the Interurban #1223; a mode of transportation ahead of its time. A ride on the vintage 1912 CW Parker Carousel is sure to please both the young and the young at heart. The village grounds include gardens, a grassy meadow and fish-bearing brook.

4 Capilano Suspension Bridge Park - North Vancouver

3735 Capilano Rd
North Vancouver, British Columbia
V7R 4J1

Appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives - world famous Capilano Suspension Bridge, the seven bridges of Treetops Adventure & the thrilling new Cliffwalk, a heart-stopping journey along the granite cliff high above Capilano River.

The 137 m (450 ft) long, 70 m (230 ft) high Capilano Suspension Bridge has thrilled visitors since 1889. While the wobbly bridge has become a Vancouver landmark, Capilano Suspension Bridge Park offers an all-encompassing BC experience. History, culture & nature are presented through knowledgeable staff & interpretive signage. Seasonal events like Raptors Ridge birds of prey from June-October & Canyon Lights in December, enhance this year-round destination.

Free shuttle service offered daily (year-round) from Canada Place, the Hyatt Regency Hotel, the Blue Horizon Hotel and the Westin Bayshore Hotel.

5 Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden - Vancouver

578 Carrall St
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 5K2

Built in 1986, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is the first full-scale Scholar Garden built outside China using traditional techniques. Covered walkways and exquisite architecture make it a delight in any weather or season, with the same relaxing, serene landscape as found in the old, private gardens of China's ancient elite. This living museum promotes the understanding of cultures through daily tours, festivals, monthly art exhibitions, music concerts and unique live theatre productions in summer. One-of-a-kind finds in the Eight Treasures Shop. Located in the heart of Chinatown, a short walk from downtown Vancouver andhistoric Gastown, near parking and public transit.

6 Forbidden Vancouver - Vancouver

Cathedral Square
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 3A3

Mobsters! Opium! Booze! Delve into Vancouver's dirtiest secrets on our Prohibition City walking tour. You'll explore historic Gastown and Chinatown. Hear tales of blind pigs, corrupt mayors, and enterprising bootleggers. And see former opium dens and alleys once teeming with over 40 "bawdy houses." 7 p.m. daily. Also explore Victorian Gastown on Tuesday, Friday or Saturday nights on gothic theatre adventure the Lost Souls of Gastown.

7 Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site - Richmond

12138 Fourth Ave
Richmond, British Columbia
V7E 3J1

Situated atop wooden pilings over the mighty Fraser River, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery is one of the few remaining 19th century salmon canneries in BC. In its heyday, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery was the largest building of its kind & the leading producer of canned salmon in BC. Now a museum presenting the history of Canada's West Coast fishing industry, step inside & become immersed in the sights, sounds & stories through our guided tours & interactive exhibits. Leave some time to browse our gift shop & the unique stores and restaurants in Steveston village.

Join us for a unique culinary adventure! Explore a local neighbourhood, meet the chefs and owners, sample delicious food & beverages, and learn about our history and culture through food & stories. Get off the tourist grid and have a local guide show you the best culinary hidden gems in the city. We are the only food tour company with tours in Vancouver & Victoria!

Vancouver Tours: Gourmet Ice Cream; Railtown Urban Eats Tour; Vancouver's Best; Brunch Tour; Sip, Savour; Shop on Main Tour.

Victoria Tours: Knife & Fort Street Tour; Historic Downtown Food Tour; Craft Beer & Culinary Tour.

9 Roedde House Museum - Vancouver

Roedde House Museum
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6G 1J6

Roedde House Museum, in Vancouver's West End, is a late-Victorian house in the Queen Anne revival style. Built in 1893 for the family of Gustav Roedde, the city's first bookbinder, it has been faithfully restored to reflect the day-to-day life of a middle class pioneer family at the turn of the last century. Unlike many heritage houses, the rooms are not roped off or behind glass & some of the artifacts may be handled with care.

The museum offers guided Tea & Tour Sundays, concerts series, & other cultural events. Check our website for events & exceptional closures.

10 Sins of the City Walking Tours - Vancouver

240 East Cordova St.
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6A 1L3

Walk the beat and see what it was like to be a cop over a century ago, when Vancouver was a seething hub of sex, drugs, corruption and organized crime. Our walking tour - Vice, Dice & Opium Pipes - will take you through the streets of Vancouver's Chinatown, one of the nation's oldest neighbourhoods, where you will learn about the brothels, bootleggers, gamblers and gangsters that ruled the town over a century ago.

Hear about famed criminals who had ties to liquor, gambling and prostitution, and learn about the booming opium dens that plagued the city's rich and poor. A two-hour walk, this tour gives you first-hand access to the very streets and alleys where some of the nation's most notorious crimes took place.

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