Tours, Activities & Demos
We will be offering many many opportunities this summer. Take a look at what last summer (2017) looked like:
Explore the Village with our new Adventure Guide. $6 per guide includes activities, puzzles, and a carousel ride.
Tuesday - Friday, 2pm
Enjoy a guided tour of the Village. Topics change daily. 30-45 minutes, space is limited, sign up at the Main Village Entrance.
Red Serge Days
Tuesdays, 12noon-2pm, July and August
Put Yourself in a Picture! Burnaby RCMP in their splendid red serge will onsite and ready to meet, greet and pose with visitors.
First Nations Activities
Tuesdays-Fridays, 11am-2pm, May & June
Saturdays, 12noon-4pm, May & June
Fridays, 12noon-4pm, July & August
Learn from our Coast Salish educators about the importance of Burnaby lands to local first nations through stories, puppets and maps.
Model T Car Rides
Tuesdays & Wednesdays,1-3pm, all season
Enjoy a ride around the Village (weather permitting). By donation.
Steam Equipment Demos
Fridays, 2 & 3:30 all season
See the power of steam firsthand.
Saturdays and Sundays, 12noon & 3pm, all season
Be a student in a 1920s one-room schoolhouse.
Sundays 2 & 3:30pm, all season
Watch our tinsmith cut, crimp, curl.
Sundays, 12noon-4pm, May and June
Watch Pacific Spirit Quilter Guild members showcase their talents.
Sundays, 12noon-4pm, all season
Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 12noon-4pm, July and August
Drop-in on our Gardener-in-Residence and learn how to see, plant, grow, tackle pests, and ensure bountiful harvests.
Fridays, 11am-2pm, July
Come browse, borrow and return library materials
Chinese Calligraphy Activity
Fridays, 12-4pm, August
Explore the beauty of this ancient art and create your own calligraphy master piece.
Auto Shop Apprentice
Tuesdays, 12noon & 1:30pm, July-August
Join us at the corner garage to learn about vintage mechanics, classic car culture and the Model T Ford.
First Nations Cultural Presentations
Saturdays, 12noon-4pm, July and August
Coast Salish community members share their knowledge about different aspects of Indigenous culture and history.
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