A Bad to the Bone Halloween

A Bad to the Bone Halloween

Join us for family-friendly chills and thrills this Halloween. Festivities at the Museum will run over 4 days, with spooky activities to chill adults and kids alike.

The full press release can be found HERE.

 




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Ore & Orcas
Ore & Orcas

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Copper and Fire
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The Britannia Mine Museum’s annual Copper & Fire Arts community event is returning Saturday, September 18th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring talented local BC artists and their unique metal and earthen crafts. Copper & Fire is the museum’s premiere community event showcasing crafts derived from mined materials “of the earth.”
Connected by Copper: From Cells to Cellphones. Press Release
Connected by Copper: From Cells to Cellphones. Press Release

June 2021

Britannia Beach, B.C. (June, 2021) – Just in time for the latest lifting of travel restrictions within B.C., the Britannia Mine Museum is introducing a new summer exhibit, “Connected by Copper: From Cells to Cell Phones.”