Set on the shores of Deer Lake, the Burnaby Village Museum presents a fascinating vision of yesteryear Burnaby. The open-air museum includes a host of vintage historical buildings--some native to the site--and replica structures evoking the daily life of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Besides residential homes, shops, and heritage gardens, the village includes such highlight attractions as a refurbished Interurban tramcar and tram barn and the fully operational C.W. Parker Carousel, built back in 1912.
Whether you're a fanatical history buff or simply looking for a novel way to spend a day on the Lower Mainland, the Burnaby Village Museum is mighty absorbing.
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