Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, in picturesque Steveston Village, stands as a representation of the historical significance of Canada's West Coast fishing industry. As one of British Columbia's few restored canneries, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery Society honours this history by sharing stories of the fishing industry and its communities through exhibitions, collections, and programs, and events.
Be transported in time as the restored 1930s – 1950s era canning line springs into action.
Explore over 4,000 sq. ft. of the restored Cannery, guided by our experienced Heritage Interpreters.
Your family has the opportunity to play, learn, and grow with the hands-on, interactive exhibits and activities.
Visiting Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
Things to do, group and school tours, events, activities for the whole family, and red chairs.
Maps and brochures, site map, hours of operation, accessibility, film and event rentals.
Guided tours, school programs, and events.
Admission fees and free admission for youth.
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Hours of operationThe Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site is open daily 10am-5pm and closed on statutory holidays October to January.
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