Businesses in this category provide some or all of the following services: <p>First Nations cultural sites, parks, museums, historic sites, nature centres, zoos, aquariums, farms, botanical gardens, and a host of other heritage sites and wilderness locations</p>
Grey Roots Museum & Archives
Grey Roots interpretation staff welcomes visitors to explore the Grey County with exhibits, special events and interactive programs throughout the year. Moreston Heritage Village, open in the summer months and for special events, helps visitors understand Grey County's story from pre-contact to the 1940s through costumed interpretation and demonstrations.Owen Sound, ON | Categories: Member Sites
Surrey Nature Centre at Green Timbers
The Surrey Nature Centre at Green Timbers helps you explore the natural and cultural heritage of Green Timbers Urban Forest. Learn about the birthplace of reforestation in BC and get to know the many people who together saved this treasure for future generations.Surrey, BC | Categories: Member Sites
As Canada’s largest aquarium, the Vancouver Aquarium connects hundreds of thousands of aquarium visitors with the natural world. With over 70,000 animals and unique opportunities to come up close with some of the world’s most elusive creatures, every visit is an unforgettable one.Vancouver, BC | Categories: Member Sites
Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre
Wetland Education programs offered to school and public. Award winning Interpretive Centre and birding hotspot. Walking tours, canoe excursions, specialty programming.Stonewall, MB | Categories: Member Sites
Oliver and District Heritage Society
A local and regional museum and archives in Oliver, BC.Oliver, BC | Categories: Member Sites
Ruthven Park NHS
Ruthven Park is a National Historic Site owned and managed by the Lower Grand River Land Trust Inc. (a non-profit, non-government, charitable organization), which seeks to conserve, maintain and promote Ruthven Park’s rich cultural and natural heritage through research, interpretation and education for the enjoyment of present and future generations.Cayuga, ON | Categories: Member Sites
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site
Our Blackfoot guides help visitors understand the significance of the ancient buffalo hunting culture. Learn how the Plains People used this Jump for more than 5,500 years and organized sophisticated communal buffalo hunts as a way to gather food for their survival. Peer over the world’s largest and best preserved buffalo jump and capture spectacular views of the Waterton Glacier International Peace Park.Fort Macleod, AB | Categories: Member Sites
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