About the institution

The Burnaby Village Museum is a combination of heritage and replica buildings on a 10-acre site that represents at typical tram-stop community along the B.C. Electric Railway. Period costumed townsfolk welcome visitors and give demonstrations in the homes, businesses and shops. Popular stops include the blacksmith, the print shop, the gardens, the farmhouse and the General Store. Listen to the stories of Interurban Tram and take a whirl on the vintage carousel. Amenities include a gift shop, a restaurant offering light menu options and picnic tables.

The Burnaby Village Museum’s collection includes over 50,000 objects, ranging from items as small as a sewing needle to items as large as buildings, cars, and an interurban tram. A sample of items from the collection can be found at Heritage Burnaby".

Visit the Burnaby Village Museum on the web at http://www.burnabyvillagemuseum.ca/.

Burnaby Village Museum on the RRN

The RRN contains 54 items from the Burnaby Village Museum. Items from the Burnaby Village Museum have been available on the RRN since May 17, 2018. Since then, their items have been viewed on the RRN 8,617 times. Data from the Burnaby Village Museum was last updated November 11, 2018.

Feedback and Questions

You can contact the Burnaby Village Museum about its collections or role in the following ways:

Jane Lemke | Assistant Curator
Burnaby Village Museum & Carousel
6501 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5G 3T6
T:604.297.4559
jane.lemke@burnaby.ca