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Burnaby Village Museum & Carousel

  • 6501 Deer Lake Ave
  • Burnaby, BC V5G 3T6
  • Phone: 604.297.4565

Visitors to this unique attraction will be transported  to the 1920s as they stroll down the streets of the village exploring at their own pace. Period costumed townsfolk welcome visitors and give demonstrations in the homes, businesses and shops. Visitors can feel the heat of the forge in the Blacksmith Shop, hear the rhythm of the platen press at the Print Shop, and smell the coffee as its being ground in the General Store. A walk up the path to the Love Farmhouse is always rewarding. Visitors will discover what's growing in the gardens and maybe even churn some butter on the porch. A stop into the Tram Barn reveals a restored 1912 Interurban Tram; visitors are encouraged to take a seat and imagine a trip on the region’s early transportation system. Another treasure from 1912 is the C.W. Parker Carousel. Riders, of all ages, can experience the thrill of this vintage machine.


Amenities include picnic tables, a gift shop, and an ice-cream parlor which offers a menu for light meals and snacks. The site is wheelchair accessible.

Special Events, Heritage Programs
The museum is open seasonally for the general public and year-round for pre-booked tours. Special events include a Spring Break Scavenger Hunt, Victoria Day, Canada Day, BC Day, Labour Day Fair & Heritage Christmas.

 

Facility Info

  • Largest Room 4000

September 2, 2019

Join us for the last day of our Summer Season. It's a day of old-fashioned fun for the whole family complete with games of chance, entertainment, demonstrations, Market Vendors and carousel rides. more

September 22, 2019

Celebrate Our Local Waterways World Rivers Day celebrations return to the Burnaby Village Museum on Sunday, September 22, 2019 from 11:00am to 4:30pm with entertainment, demonstrations, displays, tours, plus lots of activities for children and adults. Environmental exhibitors with hand-on activities, demonstrations, and educational sessions will be on-site. Be sure to pause on the bridge that crosses Deer Lake Brook to take in the beauty of this ecologically significant waterway that runs through the village site. For… more

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