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Burnaby Village Museum

21 Reviews
Open on Wed-Sun,11:00am-4:30pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-3 hours
Address: 6501 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby, British Columbia V5G 3T6, Canada
Phone: +1-604-2974565

What people are saying:

When I visited Deer Lake Park a few days ago, I took bus 144 and got off at the stop in front of Burnaby Village Museum. I learned about this museum. I checked it online and found that it was still one of the popular attractions. Visit it today. The weather today is very good, very suitable for going out, the sunny wind is not too big. The museum is free, but there are some chargeable items, such as taking the train more than 100 years ago, but the price is acceptable. Entering the gate to the left is the love farm house. It is the house of the earlier Chinese immigrants. They came from the southern part of Guangdong Province. After they came, they overcame various difficulties, then bought the land, built a farm, worked hard, and then a hawker (also a Chinese farmer) ) Going to sell agricultural products, slowly becoming strong and becoming Canadian citizens, admiring them, leaving their homes to a remote country where the language is not communicated, and finally stubbornly survive. In the museum there are pharmacies, hairdressers, schools, train stations, post offices, etc. more than a hundred years ago. Since one of Canada's most resources is wood, the rooms are built with wood. Judging from the houses of Chinese farmers on the exhibition, the houses of farmers in some parts of China are not so good. It was only when I was visiting this museum that I realized that Burnaby is a person. Because of his many outstanding contributions, many places are named after him, such as Burnaby lake (burnaby lake) and so on. A place worth visiting!

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  • Simone K
    Simone K

    Awesome place! A must visit museum in Vancouver. Old world charm, well preserved heritage.

    Awesome place! A must visit museum in Vancouver. Old world charm, well preserved heritage. Reminded me of my mom and grandma’s collection of home decorations. Holiday decorations were beautiful in 201...

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  • ManillaCone

    Great place, but here’s some warnings:

    It’s an amazing place to visit, and a great experience. Here’s some advice for anyone thinking of coming over: 1. Be sure, VERY SURE to check if it’s open on the day that you’re planning to go and ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1609591552000+0800)/
  • Tedsailor29

    Friends visit

    A great place to show to your foreign visitors.it has a lot of stories to remember and be proud of being a residence of Burnaby.

    Reviewed on /Date(1583413444000+0800)/
  • Daniel P
    Daniel P

    Travel back in time

    As a resident of Burnaby I don't know how I missed this must see attraction. An intriguing look and feel of Metro Vancouver during the early years of the 20th century. Authentic and beautifully restor...

    Reviewed on /Date(1581856828000+0800)/
  • 533angiek

    Great place

    A great free place to visit just a stone throw from Vancouver. Free. Lots of interesting historical information to find in old homes and shops. Holiday time and the festive season was really busy but ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1581315632000+0800)/
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