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Arts, Culture, and History Oriented BC B&B Inns

While  BC  is known for its "Super Natural" settings, it also has a vibrant arts, cultural, and historical side.  Throughout the province there are many thriving art and artisan communities with art galleries and art studios in almost every community. Culture is celebrated all year long through theatre, music and festivals.  Get a glimpse of BC’s fascinating past through an impressive range of museums and aboriginal and heritage sites.  Your BC Bed and Breakfast Innkeepers Guild member will be pleased to show you information on cultural opportunities in their community.

A View Of The Lake & Demonstration Kitchen
Phone: (250) 769-7854

Kelowna culture district is only a short distance away with many art galleries and museums.

West Kelowna, British Columbia
View Listing   Go to: www.aviewofthelake.com

Pineacre On The Lake
Phone: 778-479-0088

If Art galleries, small town museums, an historic steam train that travels through vineyards and over a real trestle bridge, and craft and farmers fairs are on your list of fun things to do, look no further! Between Summerland, Peachland and West Kelowna, there are enough to make you want to return time and again!

Peachland, British Columbia
View Listing   Go to: www.pineacreonthelake.com

Hawley Place
Phone: 250-245-4431
Toll Free: 1-877-244-4431
Ladysmith Arts & Culture Ladysmith Museum on First Ave. Ladysmith Waterfront Art Gallery Mary Fox Pottery JoVic Pottery Ladysmith Theatre Chemainus Murals & Theatre Come stay a night or two and enjoy some Arts & Culture in our pretty little seaside town with ocean beaches and activities for the whole family!

(Ladysmith), British Columbia
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Haddon House Bed & Breakfast
Phone: 604-522-2363
Toll Free: 1-888-522-2363
Situated in the heart of Burnaby’s cultural district and steps from Deer Lake, Haddon House is surrounded by an abundance of lakefront walking trails, art galleries and museums. Originally constructed in 1922 for the secretary of Vancouver General Hospital, George S. Haddon and his wife Jessie, Haddon House has hosted various dignitaries over the years, including Burnaby’s mayor in the 1930’s.

Burnaby, British Columbia
View Listing   Go to: www.haddonhouse.ca/

Hospitaly Award Winner
Cobble House Bed & Breakfast
Phone: 250-743-2672
Toll Free: 1-866-743-2672
The Cowichan Valley offers a range of artisans and artists. The Visions Cowichan Valley Arts Studio Tour takes place every summer, offering everything from paintings to pottery. Native art is also well represented in the "Cowichan", a native word meaning "Land warmed by the Sun". The Kinsol Trestle, in nearby Shawnigan Lake, one of the largest wooden railway bridges in the world, has been restored and is now open to form the missing link in the Trans Canada Trail in the area.

Cobble Hill, British Columbia
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Humboldt House
Phone: (250) 383-0152
Toll Free: 1-888-383-0327
Victoria and Vancouver Island boast a year-round schedule of cultural entertainment bursting with talent. Experience live theatre, art exhibits, music concerts, summer festivals and films. A First Nations experience adds a special cultural flavour to any visit to Victoria. Visit a museum or cultural centre, attend a powwow or take a Native heritage tour around the Island to truly learn about Victoria's history.

Victoria, British Columbia
View Listing   Go to: www.humboldthouse.com

Mainstay Oasis Bed & Breakfast
Phone: 604-315-4919
Toll Free: 1-888-434-7740
Welcome to Mainstay Oasis in Port Moody as we celebrate our Centennial Year as a City. Our Historical Society has published a book called "Tracks in Time". The book launch is February 3rd. Port Moody is also known as "The City of the Arts" with live theatre and musical productions in our Inlet Theatre. In February, "The Wearable Arts" Award happens February 16-17th. Check out other Events by joining TheV3H community website to receive current info on many attractions within Port Moody and are

Port Moody, British Columbia
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Mainstay Oasis Bed & Breakfast
Phone: 604-315-4919
Toll Free: 1-888-434-7740
Port Moody, City of the Arts, renowned Bi-Annual Art Show happening Nov. 6,7,8, held at the Rec Centre. The show features our talented artists & a wide selection of subjects & styles. Come early to ad that exquisite piece of art to your collection! R.E.S.P.E.C.T. a Gala Fundraising night at the Inlet Theatre, Port Moody. Soul & Blues showcasing pianist extraordinaire Christian Alexandre & vocalist Shannon Gaye.Tributes to Arthea Franklin, paiying

Port Moody, British Columbia
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Granville House B&B
Phone: (604) 739-9002
Toll Free: 1-866-739-9002
Granville House B&B is close to Vancouver's art, cultural & history markets for cultural tourism. Easy access to (from closest to furthest away): Stanley Theatre, Arts Club Theatre, Granville Island Public Market, Orpheum Theatre, Yaletown, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, BC Place, Rogers Arena, Gastown & Chinatown. All are accessible by car, taxi or electric city bus.

Vancouver, British Columbia
View Listing   Go to: www.granvillebb.com

Hospitaly Award Winner
Abbeymoore Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn
Phone: 250-370-1470
Toll Free: 888-801-1811
The Royal BC Museum - Victoria, BC Canada The story of BC: Past, present and future The Royal BC Museum Corporation is one of the foremost cultural institutions in the world. The museum was founded in 1886; the archives in 1894. In 2003 these two organizations integrated to become British Columbia's combined provincial museum and archives, collecting artifacts, documents and specimens of BC's natural and human history, safeguarding them for the future, and sharing them with the world.

Victoria, British Columbia
View Listing   Go to: www.abbeymoore.com

Sunflower Inn Bed & Breakfast
Phone: 250-447-6201
Toll Free: 877-378-0526
Christina Lake has a new Welcome Center(a "Leeds Building") that shows some of our history - an old CPR train trestle painted on the floor, a new totem pole honouring native heritage with the Sinixt people-carved by our local residents, local art from artists in our area including pottery, blown glass, glass beads, paintings. Our local area has Russian heritage with a Grist Mill, the Fructova School, and the Doukobor Museum in Grand Forks, 30km away. The Grand Forks Art Gallery has a gift shop.

Christina Lake, British Columbia
View Listing   Go to: www.sunflowerinnbb.com

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