Travel through time back to the booming gold rush era in the Bridge River Valley at the Bralorne Pioneer Museum. In their heyday, the Bralorne and Pioneer mines were two of the wealthiest mines in Canada attracting people from all over the world who were seeking their fortunes in gold.
Life was not all about mining, though. Explore memories of everyday life: the rival Bralorne and Pioneer hockey teams, school days in the valley, and time spent in the ski cabin that still exists up on Sunshine Mountain today.
The adventurous spirit of the valley pioneers echo from the past; it can be seen both in the artifacts left behind, and in the daring backcountry revellers of Bralorne today.
$4 per person. Kids under 6, members and families visit for free.
Hours of Operation
The museum is open from the May Long Weekend through to the October Long Weekend.
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.