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Profile Last Updated: February 06, 2009
Richmond, B.C. has an exciting history that is detailed excellently here at the Richmond Museum. This waterfront city has a diverse past that began with the establishment of industries like fishing, canning and logging. The community of Richmond began collecting artifacts from its history in 1961. Today, these items are part of a vast collection on display permanently at the museum. As well, the museum often hosts temporary and travelling exhibitions, striving to bring awareness to the city’s history. Be sure to stop by the Richmond Museum and revisit the events and people that helped build the area into the modern city it is today.
A Vast Collection
The collection at Richmond Museum is constantly growing. Stop in and browse through their reserves of documents, photos and artifacts. These items are carefully preserved and displayed in an interesting way. These collections highlight the city’s rich cultural history and its people. Artifacts also include details about Richmond’s archaeology, business background and technology. Here, you’ll find textiles as well as furnishings that paint a picture of what life was like in the city’s early days.
Special Events for the Whole Family
The Richmond Museum is located inside the Richmond Cultural Centre and has something for those of all ages. There are special events and educational programs scheduled year-round. It’s a great place to take the family for an afternoon of learning and exploring and an ideal place for teachers to take classes on fieldtrips.
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