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Burnaby Village Museum

Burnaby Village Museum is a step back in time to what life was like on the West Coast in the late 1800's.

Burnaby Village Museum is a bit of a secret attraction but it's kind of a neat place to visit. It's not so crowded and there's a ton of things to see and do.

All the buildings on the property are either re-stored or were brought in from other sites, taken apart, put back together again and set up like the streets and shops a little village.

All the staff are dressed up in period costumes.

You can walk around the open-air museum and stop at the general store or the blacksmith and learn what it was like in the olden days.

On Canada Day and Victoria Day admission is free to the museum.

At halloween and at Christmas the museum really goes all out with the decorations and the costumes.

This is a perfect place to come with the kids and for anyone who wants to know what it was like living in the lowermainland way back when.

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