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Museums in Other, BC


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Maritime Heritage Centre
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Museum in Campbell River, BC CAN

Home of the BCP45; a boat that was once depicted on the Canadian. $5 bill. Come view the BCP45 and our marine artifacts. Open for guided tours year round!


Museum at Campbell River
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Museum in Campbell River, BC CAN

A spectacular view and spectacular exhibits await visitors at the award winning Museum at Campbell River.

The Exploration Place
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Museum in Prince George, BC CAN

Science Centre and Museum Test your skills on the Citizen sports machine in the Sports Hall of Fame. Play hockey, soccer, basketball, baseball and football. Explore the Children's, Palaeo, Nature Exchange and First Nations galleries. Visit the resident critters in the Explorations Gallery.

Railway & Forestry Museum
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Museum in Prince George, BC CAN

Railway & Forestry historic pieces. A rare telegraph machine can be discovered among many other artifacts of the Telephone Pioneers display. Many artifacts dated in the 1800's and 1900's . All historic trains are on display and tours are available.

The Museum at Campbell River
The Museum at Campbell River things to do on a rainy day in British Columbia
Museum in Campbell River, BC CAN

The Museum collection comprises ethnographic, historic, archaeological and archival material of the northern Vancouver Island, specifically from Oyster River to Desolation Sound, north to Rivers Inlet and Cape Scott, and west to Gold River and beyond. Located ona seven-acre wooded site, the Museum has a commanding view of Discovery Passage (an active shipping lane running between Campbell River and Quadra Island).




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