Immerse yourself in history, and you’ll discover that Richmond’s roots are as dynamic and fascinating as the city is today.
Step foot in the fishing village of Steveston, where the boats ebb and flow in the harbour and historic buildings line the streets. Explore the 1894-built Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site, and learn about the history of the fishing and canning industry through captivating guided tours and exhibits.
Experience Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site to see how the multicultural workers in Steveston’s fishing industry lived a century ago. Get up-close and personal with historic town life at the Steveston Museum or visit one of British Columbia’s last-remaining preserved trams at the Steveston Interurban Tram building.