Built as a memorial to British Columbia’s centennial in 1958, this four-hectare (10-acre) open-air museum is a recreation of an early 1900s community. Among its 30 buildings and outdoor scenes are a schoolhouse, blacksmith’s shop, dentist’s office and a real working theatre. It also has an operational ice cream parlour but the main attraction is a restored 1912 carousel.
- Dining-Capacity: 70
- Reception-Capacity: 260
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