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Royal BC Museum Entrance Ticket

Royal BC Museum Entrance Ticket - Victoria, Canada
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Victoria, Canada

From USD
$13.23

See all of British Columbia at the Royal BC Museum, a world-class museum of natural and human history. Explore the core galleries and immerse yourself in tales of where we've been and where we are going ... More info ›

See all of British Columbia at the Royal BC Museum, a world-class museum of natural and human history. Explore the core galleries and immerse yourself in tales of where we've been and where we are going. Discover things and people you never knew before at what TripAdvisor users have four times voted the number one museum in Canada. Marvel at the totems, masks and cultural treasures featured in the world-class First Peoples Gallery. Experience authentic artifacts and highly realistic settings -- from the Woolly Mammoth in his rocky, icy world to a tar-scented trip on the HMS Discovery.

Established in 1886, the Royal BC Museum has collected and preserved British Columbia's most significant artifacts and specimens. Once housed in a single room, today this world-class museum is located in a multi-story, modern building right in the heart of Victoria's Inner Harbor. The museum received its 'royal' title from Queen Elizabeth II in 1987.

The permanent galleries of the Royal BC Museum focus on natural and human histories. The First Peoples Gallery gives you a dramatic glimpse into the lives of the native settlers before and after the arrival of the Europeans. See, hear and smell the past as you travel through 200 years of British Columbia's amazing history.

In the Natural History Gallery, you'll take a journey across time and see how British Columbia's natural environment has changed over thousands of years. Learn about the mammoths and giant bison that roamed this area during the ice age, and the animals of today, such as the iconic grizzly bear, sea lions and blue herons.

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Jasper SkyTram

Jasper SkyTram - Jasper, Canada
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Jasper, Canada

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$40.30

Experience the beauty of being gently transported into Jasper National Park's alpine tundra aboard the Jasper SkyTram. The ride will captivate people of all ages and is merely the beginning of an experience the whole family will cherish.

The Jasper SkyTram is the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada and the only guided aerial rope-way in the Canadian Rockies ... More info ›

Experience the beauty of being gently transported into Jasper National Park's alpine tundra aboard the Jasper SkyTram. The ride will captivate people of all ages and is merely the beginning of an experience the whole family will cherish.

The Jasper SkyTram is the longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada and the only guided aerial rope-way in the Canadian Rockies. Providing visitors with unprecedented views of six mountain ranges, glacial fed lakes, the Athabasca river and the scenic mountain town of Jasper.

Your adventure begins at an elevation of 4,279 feet (1,304 meters) above sea level in the safety of an enclosed cabin. A fully trained and knowledgeable tour guide will accompany you during the smooth, seven-minute trip to the Upper Station located at 7,472 feet (2,277 meters) above sea level. During your ascent up Whistlers Mountain, your tour guide will inform you of the area, points of interest, animal life and history.

The high alpine is your destination, and the Upper Station offers a safe and unobstructed view that you may enjoy for as long as you have time. Stroll the boardwalks viewing the interpretive plaques and watch for wildlife. Alpine inhabitants include the hoary marmot (famous for its whistling alert call), white-tailed ptarmigan, ground squirrels, pikas and the occasional bighorn sheep. You may travel off the boardwalks and onto the hiking trails at your own risk.

High Altitude Shopping is Jasper's only high-alpine gift shop. Pick up an 'Altitude Junkie' T-shirt for yourself or a gift for friends and family.

This product is seasonal and only operates from April through to October.

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Bird Kingdom All Day Admission Ticket

Bird Kingdom All Day Admission Ticket - Niagara Falls
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Niagara Falls

From USD
$16.58

For a truly unique experience for anyone visiting Niagara Falls, stop by Bird Kingdom to get up close to your favorite birds, reptiles, fish and other amazing animals. Enter the world's largest indoor free-flying aviary, which houses a diverse collection of more than 500 exotic birds representing nearly 80 species from around the world, and encounter other cool creatures such as snakes, bats, spiders and lizards ... More info ›

For a truly unique experience for anyone visiting Niagara Falls, stop by Bird Kingdom to get up close to your favorite birds, reptiles, fish and other amazing animals. Enter the world's largest indoor free-flying aviary, which houses a diverse collection of more than 500 exotic birds representing nearly 80 species from around the world, and encounter other cool creatures such as snakes, bats, spiders and lizards. Bird Kingdom is perfect for families and people of all ages.

Bird Kingdom brings you face-to-face with wildlife in a natural setting so you can witness the authentic beauty of birds, reptiles, fish and other neat creatures. Hold a parrot in the Explorer Base Camp, check out the smallest of beautiful winged wonders flying freely around the Small Bird Aviary, encounter strange creatures including owls, bats and reptiles in the Night Jungle, and see your favorite reptiles such as lizards, snakes, geckos, chameleons and tortoises.

Be amazed as you enter the world's largest free-flying indoor aviary! The Kingdom (Main Atrium) is a multilevel rainforest giving you up-close interactions with the free-flighted wonders of the sky. Watch as they eat, bathe, fly and play, and marvel at the music of songbirds, the nobility of giant hornbills and the antics of parrots and touracos.

Bird Kingdom has discovery areas for kids, plus a fun-filled scavenger hunt. Check the schedules for lorikeet feedings and bat feedings! Stop by the Macaw Market on your way out for souvenirs, toys, art pieces and home and garden goods.
Exhibits at Bird Kingdom include:

  • Old Museum
  • Explorer Base Camp
  • Small Bird Aviary
  • Night Jungle
  • Kid's Archaeology Dig
  • The Kingdom (Main Aviary)
  • Historic Javanese House
  • Lorikeet Landing
  • Macaw Market Gift Shop
  • Kodak Photo Centre

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Britannia Mine Museum General Admission

Britannia Mine Museum General Admission - Britannia Beach, Canada
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Duration: Varies
Location: Britannia Beach, Canada

From USD
$24.48

Travel back in time and experience what it was like to be a miner with a visit to the famous Britannia Mine Museum. Situated between Vancouver and Whistler is Britannia Mine, British Columbia's historic copper mine community in the 1900s ... More info ›

Travel back in time and experience what it was like to be a miner with a visit to the famous Britannia Mine Museum. Situated between Vancouver and Whistler is Britannia Mine, British Columbia's historic copper mine community in the 1900s. This award-winning museum will give you an in-depth look at mining throughout the years. General admission tickets also include gold panning, plus a ride deep into a real mine!

While visiting Vancouver or Whistler, the Britannia Mine Museum is an attraction that shouldn't be missed. The Britannia Mine Museum is a National Historic Site and an award-winning museum, located on the Sea-to-Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler. Britannia Mine was once the largest copper mine in the British Empire. Today, the Britannia Mine Museum opens up the little-seen yet fascinating world of the historical mine industry.

Explore the numerous educational exhibits, films, displays and hands-on activities within the state-of-the-art museum. Then, just like miners did, climb aboard a mine train and rumble into a real mine tunnel. Your knowledgeable guide will transport you into the past; many of the guides actually worked at the mines before they closed in the 1970s!

Get a first-hand look at the history of mining as you discover the inner workings of the massive mill building, once the heartbeat of the Britannia community and today one of the last remaining gravity- fed mills in North America. After, learn how to mine gold at the gold-panning station and then take home the treasures you find!

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Aga Khan Museum Admission with Round-trip Transportation

Aga Khan Museum Admission with Round-trip Transportation - Toronto, Canada
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Toronto, Canada

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$49.78

The Agha Khan museum is located in North York, just outside of Downtown Toronto. This new and modern museum isn't easily accessible by public transit so with this tour, enjoy Aga Khan Museum admission tickets with round-trip shuttle service from any hotel in downtown Toronto, Markham, North York, or Richmond Hill Hotel.

Your expereince begins with pickup from your hotel between 10am and 10:30am. 

The Aga Khan Museum was designed by Fumihiko Maki, winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, who used light as his inspiration ... More info ›

The Agha Khan museum is located in North York, just outside of Downtown Toronto. This new and modern museum isn't easily accessible by public transit so with this tour, enjoy Aga Khan Museum admission tickets with round-trip shuttle service from any hotel in downtown Toronto, Markham, North York, or Richmond Hill Hotel.

Your expereince begins with pickup from your hotel between 10am and 10:30am. 

The Aga Khan Museum was designed by Fumihiko Maki, winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, who used light as his inspiration. He structured the building in a way that ensure that light would be ever present. Depending on the season or time of day, light will animate the building in numerous ways, including throwing patterns on walls, enhancing interior spaces, or illuminating the open roof courtyard. The museum contains an impressive variety of spaces, including two exhibition galleries, areas for art conservation and storage, a 350-seat theater, and two classrooms. Within an his contemporary design, Maki incorporates historical elements originating in Islamic cultures, building bridges between eras as well as civilizations.

See this  museum and travel easy with round-trip transportation all taken care of for you so you can focus on the harmonious contemporary and historical components of the Aga Khan Museum.

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Snowking's Winter Festival in Yellowknife

Snowking's Winter Festival in Yellowknife - Yellowknife, Canada

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Yellowknife, Canada

From USD
$12.26

As a tourist attraction, the Snowcastle is at the top of the pile of the many wonderful winter things to do in Yellowknife. And though it might melt away every year, the community of Yellowknife has enough hot chocolate scented, music infused, and northern lights show extravaganzas to last until the next year’s festival begins.

The Snowking's Winter Festival has been two decades of frosty fun and frozen smiles ... More info ›

As a tourist attraction, the Snowcastle is at the top of the pile of the many wonderful winter things to do in Yellowknife. And though it might melt away every year, the community of Yellowknife has enough hot chocolate scented, music infused, and northern lights show extravaganzas to last until the next year’s festival begins.

The Snowking's Winter Festival has been two decades of frosty fun and frozen smiles. Each year in March, a winter wonderland is created on Yellowknife Bay where the Snowking and his northern helpers raise up one of Yellowknife and the NWT's proudest monuments - the Snowcastle. Erected and built out of the frozen waters and white powder snow of Great Slave Lake, the Snowcastle becomes a month long bastion of community spirit, collaboration, innovation in the arts, and entertainment for young and old

This is the place where the spirit of winter wonderment from our childhood reigns supreme. On any given day, the castle might host a children’s play, followed by an art exhibit, a film festival and finishing the night off as a dance club.

Upon arrival, contact your agent and pick up access tickets to the castle. Make your way to the castle, where the Snowking will provide you in depth history to the making of the Snowcastle. If you wish, you can partake in a Yellowknife sightseeing tour that passes by the castle.

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