Fri-Sun, June 30-July 2, 12-6pm
Relive the days when Steveston Village was a major port-of-call for sailing ships from around the world. Board ships docked at both Britannia Shipyards and Imperial Landing.
As we get ready to say a fond farewell to the A&E TV series Bates Motel, let's look back at some of the moments Britannia Shipyard played a part in it!
If you look closely in this scene, you can see Captain Hook's ship (from Once Upon a Time) outside the door.
Murakami Boatworks was used as this Biologist's office, and it was also used as Dylan's office.
One of Norma's best freak-outs was shot right at Britannia Shipyard's front door:
Unlike what it was in the show, you can visit here unannounced, our doors are open during our hours of operation!
Course: Canvasing Canoe Restoration
Date: Saturday, May 6th 2017
Cost: $96.00/1 session
Learn to restore a canvas canoe in this day-long course. Stretching, sealing and priming the canvas will be covered with explanation of different tools, methods and materials.
To register, call 604-238-8050 or go to the Visitor's Centre at Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site. Barcode #1817838.
Registration questions? E-mail Britannia@richmond.ca.