Britannia Mine Museum is taking part in BC Mining Week by hosting a Family Fun Day on Saturday, May 14th. This special event is focused on recognizing the contributions of modern mining to British Columbians. Family Fun Day at Britannia Mine Museum At Family Fun Day, visitors of all ages can enjoy various entertaining activities […]
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Britannia Mine Museum, just under 1 hour from Vancouver up the scenic Sea to Sky Highway, is hosting a Victorian-themed Dickens Christmas. This national historic site will feature a whimsical miniature village display for the holidays, visits with Santa, and more! Dickens Christmas at Britannia Mine Museum The Victorian-themed Dickens Christmas’ miniature ceramic village window […]
It’s Mining Week in BC and to celebrate, the Britannia Mine Museum — our favourite Sea-to-Sky mining attraction — is hosting their annual Family Fun Day. Photo courtesy of Britannia Mine on Facebook What: Britannia Mine Museum Family Fun Day Where: Britannia Beach along the Sea to Sky (you can’t miss it!) When: Saturday, May […]
It’s BC Mining Week and across the province communities are hosting luncheons and festivals to celebrate one of the province’s oldest and largest industries. In partnership with the Mining Association of BC, I still have an iPad Mini up for grabs (until May 7th) and this weekend one of the biggest local events is Family […]
The Britannia Mine Museum is just a quick drive up the Sea to Sky highway and it’s full of history, activities, environmental and educational information, and more. This weekend, it will be the scene of an Easter Egg Hunt of epic proportions. Photo credit: kennymatic on Flickr The Easter Bunny’s favourite cousin, the loveable Britanniasaurus […]
The Britannia Mine Museum is re-launching next weekend after a name change (from the BC Mining Museum), refreshed logo, and updated visitor experience on the grounds of the old Britannia Mine, about 10km south of Squamish. John and I were invited up for the day to check out the grounds, the new buildings, and go […]