The Mennonite Heritage Museum is owned by the Mennonite Museum Society. Established in 2011, the goals of the Society are: to engage present and future generations with the Mennonite story through a variety of mediums, including both permanent and temporary exhibits, films, and interactive digital displays; to preserve and document Read more [...]
At the Bowen Island Community Museum you will discover Higgens Cabin, a 1948 period logger’s cabin with tools and period rooms. At the Canadian Museum of Flight you’ll find over 25 civilian and military jets, gliders, and helicopters. Victoria’s Craigdarroch Castle welcomes you inside a Victorian-era mansion. And at Fort St. James National Historic Site you’ll travel back in history inside a restored Hudson’s Bay Company post with 1896 living history guides all summer long.
Welcome to British Columbia’s museums and heritage sites. Historic telephones, arts and crafts, regional sports history, and natural history and much more await.
Trethewey House was built near the shores of Mill Lake in 1919 by provincial lumber baron Joseph Ogle “J.O” Trethewey. President of the Abbotsford Lumber Company between 1919 and 1927, he led the company during their boom years in the 1920s. The House has undergone extensive restoration work and has Read more [...]