Interested in going deeper on a particular theme within the museum, book one of our dynamic staff-led tours for a surprising and fun experience. These tours are between 90 - 120 minutes and for a maximum group size of 30 people.
Pathways to Appreciation
Led by the Royal BC Museum's Indigenous Cultural Liaison, Leslie McGarry, this program is designed to provide a tour of the museum’s First Peoples Gallery, from a First Nations perspective. Participants are welcome and encouraged to ask questions while viewing the gallery through a different lens. The program can also be adapted to compliment/enhance Social Issues, Treaties, Residential Schools and/or Calls to Action for Truth & Reconciliation.
Home Is Where The Heart Is: Understanding Immigrant Experiences in British Columbia’s History
This tour will explore histories of immigrant communities in British Columbia and their immense contributions to the development of the province and Canada at large. Uncover the complicated narratives of settlement, intercultural communication and historical wrongdoings that are (or are not) on represented in the museum’s galleries.
We're All in This Together: Biodiversity of BC in a Changing World
BC is home to an incredible abundance of plants and animals, but why do we have a wider variety her than in other parts of Canda or the world? During this tour we will explore the reasons why BC has such exceptional biodiversity and how our quickly changing planet will continue to impact that diversity. Embracing both scientific and cultural perspectives, we will examine the myriad ways biodiversity is important to us as humans and how changes to global biodiversity will resonate in our everyday lives.