Located about 50 kilometres from Vancouver, the Britannia Mine Museum is an extraordinary attraction. This historic site was, at the time of the mining boom, the largest copper mine in the British Empire. During your visit, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the daily life of the miners of the early 20th century. As you board a cart, you will explore the various wells and tow tunnels there. Geology enthusiasts will have the opportunity to attend exhibitions on the theme of gold troughs or the impact of mining on the ecosystem. You can also learn about the different gold mining processes.