In Duncan, the BC Forest Discovery Centre is a 100-acre open-air museum featuring a working train. The museum’s locomotive collection, whether on display or the track, transports visitors to BC’s past.
The Centre has woodland and marsh pathways that provide good chances for bird viewing. Exhibits, heritage buildings, and logging relics tell the narrative of BC’s timber sector. Forest Forever is the newest exhibit, and it depicts the narrative of British Columbia’s contemporary forestry innovation.
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