AAA Editor Notes
Princeton & District Museum and Archives is at 167 Vermilion Ave. A tunnel complete with a replica dinosaur fossil welcomes visitors into the museum and provides a thematic preview. The Pollard Collection of fossils and minerals, considered one of the best in British Columbia, offers eye-catching displays and a glow-in-the-dark section. Additional exhibits include indigenous art and basketry as well as a hand-carved canoe, 1880s cabin and other artifacts from the pioneer era.
A children's area showcases well-preserved toys and games, including a hand-puppet stage and dollhouse.
Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.