concentrateur des Mines Britannia
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This museum is great to walk around in but they also offer an opportunity to travel into the depth of a mine. Loud noises and dark spaces make this appropriate for older kids.
Historic Site is full of all-ages fun including rock and mineral activities, gold panning, museum tours and an underground mine train that you can ride on yourself.
The Britannia Mine Museum, formerly British Columbia Museum of Mining, is a nonprofit organization in Britannia Beach, 55 km kilometres north of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on the Sea-to-Sky Highway on Howe Sound. It is governed by the Britannia Beach Historical Society. The museum…
The Britannia Mine Museum: 1 Forbes Way, Britannia. Approximately a 15-minute drive South. Go underground…last century it was a working mine. Now, it’s an award-winning Museum and Canadian Signature Experience. Visit: britanniaminemuseum.ca
Cool tour of one of a mine that was one of the biggest of its kind back in the day.
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