The Best Landmarks in Richmond

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Richmond, BC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


12138 Fourth Avenue, Richmond, BC V7E 3J1

Since 1894

Museum, Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Gift Shop, Books and Artwork, Groups Tours, Guided Tours, Families and Kids Programs, Events, Exhibitions, Collections, School Programs, Adult Programs, Youth Programs, Rentals, Weddings & Events

Free Admission: Children Under 6 Years & Members - AAA/CAA/BCAA members receive 20% Off regular admission rates - Guided tours begin every hour on the hour between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm

Price: Adults $7.80, Seniors (65+) $6.55, Youth (6-16 years) $3.90 & Family (up to 7 people, max. 2 adults & 5 youth) $19.60

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

We were in the town for Canada day celebrations and the museum was free to enter, so we had a look round at a old canning factory, and were really impressed by the presevation and the story telling... The museum explains the history and process of the site in a simple interactive way which will appeal to every age range, however it wasn't very clear where you started and the guide tour would of helped, but as one of the staff told me, start where the fish came in! We enjoyed the exhibits.

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6511 Dyke Road, Richmond, BC V7E 3R3

Since 1880

Landmarks, Historical House, Gift Shop, Tea Room, Heritage, Memorial Rose Garden, Lawn, Tours, School Programs, Farmhouse, Historical Site, Small Hand Tool Museum, Special Events, Ground Rentals & House Rentals

Free Admission - It is a 4.06 acres (1.64 ha) historical site that contains the 1880's London family farm house and a park overlooking the south arm of the Fraser River

Mon - Sun Dawn - Dusk

This is a beautifully restored farmhouse with a quaint tea room that serves in English tea regularly during the summer. Visit the house and see how people lived at the turn of the century. There is a beautiful garden to wander in during the summer and many pieces of antique machinery and artifacts to view. We like to pick up some food items from one of the local shops and enjoy eating a picnic on a picnic bench under the large shady trees.

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5180 Westwater Drive, Richmond, BC V7E 6P3

Since 1992

Historical Landmark, Museum, Boat Centre, Waterfront Park, Boat Building, Programs, Events and Activities, Historical Buildings, Interactive Activities, Events, Maritime Demonstrations, Birthday Parties, Tours & Waterside Programs

Free Admission - Free Mobile Tours - Walk the historic boardwalk and learn about the history of the site through interpretive storyboard signage or take a complimentary tour of the Shipyards

October 1 - April 30: Mon - Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm May 1 - September 30: Mon - Sun 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

What a gem of a place! I've been to a lot of historical museums and I have to say that the Brittania Shipyards is one of the most impressive municipally run museum I've seen. I wish that all students learning about Canadian history could have a field trip here, since it touches on several facets of our country's history. If you have the chance to visit, you must see tour the Murakami family home. The story of this family's connection to this site certainly touched my heart.

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