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Vancouver Maritime Museum
Vancouver Maritime Museum in Vancouver BC, is a family orientated museum, and through our ever changing exhibits, the whole family can learn about the interesting maritime history and traditions of the Pacific Coast. Through the use of extensive artifacts Vancouver Maritime Museum brings stories to life, and visitors realise that they are never too old to learn. Many artifacts and exhibits are irreplaceable, and it is our goal to preserve the artifacts which the museum has been entrusted with, for future generations. We also believe it is important to preserve the stories that link the artifacts to real people.
New Westminster is a historically important city in the Metro Vancouver region of British Columbia, Canada. It was founded as the second capital of the Colony of British Columbia (1858-1866).
English Bay is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, west of the downtown peninsula, which separates the bay from Burrard Inlet connecting to the northwest, and False Creek to the southeast. English Bay Beach, near the city's West End residential neighbourhood, is the most popular sunbathing, swimming, and sunset-watching beach in the downtown Vancouver area.
Indian Arm is a steep-sided glacial fjord adjacent to the city of Vancouver in southwestern British Columbia. Formed during the last Ice Age, it extends due north from Burrard Inlet, between the communities of Belcarra (to the east) and the District of North Vancouver (to the west), then on into mountainous wilderness.
Burrard Inlet is a relatively shallow-sided coastal fjord in southwestern British Columbia, Canada.
Port Hardy is a district municipality in British Columbia, Canada located on the north-eastern coast of Vancouver Island. It is the gateway to Cape Scott Provincial Park on the northernmost tip of Vancouver Island. Highway 19, which stretches from one end of Vancouver Island to the other, ends in Port Hardy, right near Rotary Park. This explains the town's motto, found on a sign entering town, that reads, "where the highway ends and the adventure begins." Port Hardy's twin city is Numata, Japan.