Canada to do #VisitList
Canada has a multitude of historic places that tell our vast country’s history, and take us back in time. The stories, and preserved buildings, documents and artifacts enlighten our imaginations and feelings of wonderment. We are allowed to celebrate and explore generations past that have contributed to, and have ultimately created our present day. We one day too will become a part of history for upcoming generations.
Coquitlam, British Columbia
Mackin House is an Edwardian home built in 1909.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Learn about the history of crime, policing and forensics in the City of Vancouver.
Barkerville, British Columbia
Our extraordinary historic town stands as a living testament to BC's golden beginnings.
Explore this timeless theatre complex - the world’s last operating double-decker theatre
A drill hall during the Second World War as part of the BCATP.
Off Pointe-au-Père,the grand cruise ship, the Empress of Ireland sank in 1914.
Coquitlam, British Columbia to Rimouski, Québec
Heritage Houses, Forts and Museums of Niagara
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario 4 places
Visit the fascinating heritage homes and museums of the Niagara Region!
Heritage Houses of Ontario
Hamilton, Ontario 9 places
Heritage houses and museums have the ability to let us walk back in time.
Eight inspiring historical gardens across Canada
British Columbia to Wallace, Nova Scotia 8 places
Eight inspiring historical gardens across Canada.
Perkins House Museum
Shelburne, Nova Scotia 1 place
This colonial gem, built in 1766 is a must see while visiting Liverpool.