The Galbraith Manor

The Galbraith is an 1892 Queen Anne revival and one of the finest examples of high Victorian stick style mansions remaining in western Canada. Built as a showcase by Hugh Galbraith, one of the local lumber and millwork barons of that time, who emphasized the opulent and unique features of a tower with octagon wall shingles, over 200 corbels, intricate frieze details, heavy gable and skirt details, wood finials and a magnificent metal finial spire.


Glenbrook Park Amenities Centre

We have tables and chairs, a fully equipped kitchen and outdoor barbecue area, a dance floor and an audio system for your music.There are a number of nearby caterers and ample free parking.

Our banquet room and patio areas are wheelchair accessible.

Royal City Curling Club

We are located in a residential area of the City of New Westminster. Our season runs from September to April. The lower lounge has a viewing area and kitchen that are open during the curling season. Our well-stocked Pro Shop has everything you would ever need for curling,from beginner to advanced.

Roma Hall

Established in 1929, the Italian Mutual Aid Society, I.M.A.S., has been running the Roma Hall for over 70 years. With that kind of experience and reputation, we must be doing something right.

The first weddings celebrated in the hall were those of the members and their children. The community would come together and the wives of the members would do all the cooking.

From there, with word of mouth advertising, they began to cater receptions of friends and then strangers that wanted to have their wedding reception at the Roma Hall.

There have been 2 major renovations done on the hall, creating a larger space for guests as well as a larger more effective kitchen.

The Roma Hall has grown over the years and now, with personalized service, great staff, and most importantly, fantastic food, we look forward to making your reception, anniversary, or banquet something extra special.

Met Hotel

Greater Vancouver’s oldest Heritage Hotel. Centrally located, and just steps to SkyTrain.

Built in 1892 and originally known as the Burr Block, this building is one of only two buildings in the downtown core to survive the fire of 1898. A classic Victorian building of red brick with terra cotta ornament, it has recently been redone as an elegant boutique hotel. The Met offers 26 guest rooms, each with eleven foot ceilings, decorated in a traditional style.

Fraser River Discovery Center

The Fraser River Discovery Centre is ideally suited for business meetings,
ceremonies, seminars, training sessions, and stand-up receptions. The
galleries offer southern exposure and a breath-taking, unobstructed view of
the Fraser River or western exposure to the Westminster Quay boardwalk.

The Fraser River Discovery Centre is a registered charity. Proceeds from
rentals help support the Centre’s work in connecting communities in
discovery and celebration of the living, working Fraser River and
stimulating passion, education, and enlightenment about the Fraser River.