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Guided Heritage Tours

All Ages

A one hour guided tour for an overview of the fascinating history of the Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site.

Man with beard in brown overalls and blue denim shirt standing facing a blonde woman in beige blazer and purple leggings and a blonde woman in a flower print dress, on a wooden walkway leading into a large wooden building with a sign: Britannia Shipyard The Anglo British Columbia Packing Co. Ltd,

Discover the stories of a diverse fishing, canning, and boat building community at the scenic Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site with this one-hour guided tour.

Who were the First People who lived in this area before the shipyards were established? Why are there buildings built over the water? How did people from half way around the world make a home in the fishing village of Steveston?

Public tours led by a Heritage Interpreter will be offered during the summer season (2023 May 20-September 4) . Drop-ins are welcome, and advanced bookings will be available (details TBA).


$12 per adult + tax

$10 per senior (65+) + tax

Children 12 years old and younger are free


1 hour

Offered daily during high season (May to September long weekend)

Additional Information

Tours offered at 10:30am and 1:30pm

Meet at the Seine Net Loft