Discover one of BC's most dramatic historic places this Canadian Historic Places Day, and experience an immersive historical experience that is also one of British Columbia’s top tourist attractions -- and it's just 45 minutes north of Vancouver!
This new temporary exhibit explores the way that copper is entwined with our lives, from its role in electronics to its presence in the body. Copper can even save us from harm!
Always leave a place better than you found it. In our Live in the Lab session, The Chemistry of Cleanup, you will examine and replicate the process of the EPCOR water treatment plant. Leaving with an understanding of the importance of having a cleanup plan in place before mining begins.
Check out Mother Earth's artistic side! Our annual Copper and Fire event celebrates artists from all over BC that use mined materials "of the earth" including metalworkers, painters, jewellers and sculptors.
From April to September, the Museum will be open exclusively to members from 9 am to 10:00 am on the second Saturday of every month.
Calling all Science Detectives! The Museum would like to invite all of our young science detectives to join us for our Monthly Magnifier. We have introduced a range of new educational programs, aimed at helping homeschooling parents and children with subjects that are often unfamiliar or challenging to teach, with the aim of enhancing the educational experience of families while they are touring the Museum.