Spending the weekend in the fabulous countryside of the British Columbia this weekend? Ettractions.com has put together a list of fun things you can do this weekend that will help you experience all the best sites the British Columbia has to offer!
Wild Pacific Trail, Ucluelet: The Wild Pacific Trail is located in Ucluelet and is a seven phase trail system skirting the rugged cliffs and shoreline of the west coast of Vancouver Island. Overlooking Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands to the east and the open Pacific Ocean to the south and west, it offers spectacular shoreline panoramas and seaward vistas through ancient cedar and spruce-framed viewing platforms constructed on the best headlands along the route
Royal BC Museum, Victoria: Step inside and experience British Columbia. Since 1886 the Royal BC Museum has preserved and shared the human and natural histories of this province. Discover the famous First Peoples, Natural History and Modern History Galleries – a feast of sights, smells and sounds of British Columbia. The Royal BC Museum is also home to a cultural precinct including the BC Archives, Helmcken House, St. Ann’s Schoolhouse, the Netherlands Centennial Carillon, Thunderbird Park and Mungo Martin House/Wawadit’la.
Butchart Gardens, Brentwood Bay: These internationally acclaimed botanical gardens are organized around themes, such as the Rose Garden, the Japanese Garden and the Italian Garden. The gardens have over one million plants, all artistically arranged with not a blade or petal out of place. Special colored lighting illuminates the gardens on summer evenings and musical entertainment fills the air.
Chemainus Theater, Chemainus: Chemainus Theater is a vibrent, established and fully professional theatre nestled in the seaside community of Chemainus, BC. They feature some of the finest performers and performances in Canada, Vancouver and Vancouver Island.
Britannia Mine Museum, Britannia Beach: Britannia was once the largest copper mine in the British Empire. Today, the Britannia Mine Museum opens up a little-seen world that fascinates all ages. Just like miners did, visitors climb aboard a mine train and rumble into an authentic tunnel. Entertaining guides describe the workings of drills and tools from the past century. Every visit includes gold panning with the chance to take home frequent findings. A captivating 15-minute film re-creates the past and reveals how families turned their isolated surroundings into pleasant experiences.
For more fun things to do in the British Columbia this weekend, make sure to visit Ettractions.com for valuable visitor information!