We came here with our 3.5 year old and 6.5 month old. We all really enjoyed the indoor part of the museum, and the video (about 15min, in a neat theatre where our son could move about!). It was very quiet here on a cloudy...More
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Stop by on our way back to Vancouver, we were a bit rushed as we didn't have a lot of time to explore the grounds before our 3 PM tour (last tour of the day). The stories of how these miner worked and lived were...More
We were just driving back to where we were staying in Vancouver after doing the Sea To Sky Gondola. when we thought we'd see if we had time to do look round Britannia Mine Museum as my partner's uncle had recommended it. We got to...More
Definitely worth a visit! The informations and the tour were very interesting. The guide was nice and fun, and good at interacting with visitors. Also, we got to pan for gold before we left! Didn't find a lot though...
Very interesting presentations, pictures and tour of this mine by people who worked there, exhibits including photos.
Especially if you have children from 8-16 who are at least a little bit thoughtful about history, this is a must, must, must. Once the largest mine in the Empire with over 125 miles of tunnels, this mine at its peak supplied 17% of the...More
Amazingly well preserved piece of Architect and Engineering from the time. Main building it self doesn't look old enough to judge from outside. Conveniently located just off the main road (actually you can see the building from the road) going to or coming back from...More