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May 17, 2016

Visit Vancouver: Burnaby Village Museum

Since we had nothing on our itinerary for our time in Vancouver, my husband suggested we go to Burnaby Village Museum.

After catching the SkyTrain and Bus to get there, we saw a very, very long line of people at the entrance.  It turns out that most of them were waiting in line to purchase carousel tickets (there is no charge to enter the museum).

Because we were visiting during Spring Break, the museum was offering an Adventure Guide for $6, which consisted of a fun booklet for the kids to complete as they visited various areas around the museum, a ride on the carousel, and a chance to earn cool prizes, so we decided to purchase one for each of the kids.


The Burnaby Village Museum is home to historic buildings and homes from the 1920s. Visitors can go to the theater to watch a silent black and white movie, visit a bakery or barber shop, cash a pretend check at a bank, shop at the general store, and even pick up mail!

It was neat to see the types of furniture, clothing, and other types of products used back then.
Wood-burning stove
The Home Bakery

Seaforth School
Japanese Ofuro
Bell's Dry Goods
Cast members throughout the museum acted as teachers, store clerks, shop owners, and more. The kids had fun interacting with them, especially when it involved tasks (like getting money from the bank and finding the general store to buy something).


Royal Bank
The kids cashed a check at the bank for $1

They exchanged the dollar for a prize at the General Store
General Store
There was also a play room on site, as well as an activity room.
At the end of our visit, all of the kids went to ride on the carousel.
Carousel
It was a fun and educational morning at the Burnaby Village Museum!


Burnaby Village Museum
6501 Deer Lake Ave
Burnaby, BC V5G 3T6, Canada
1 604-297-4565

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