Yale Historic Site is located in Fraser Valley of British Columbia province. On the street of Douglas Street and street number is 31187. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (604) 863-2324. You can get more information from their website.
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31187 Douglas St, Yale, BC V0K 2S0, Canada
Great history of our province. I believe the should teach Provincial History in our school's o don't think this generation knows anything about the discoveries of gold and the little towns that grew because of it. They teach of other countries and other province's but not not our own province. Sad I think.
What a hidden gem, perfect for a family. Kids had a blast. BC history at its finest
Fun and very informative. Clean, well organize and full of trésors. Kids 8 and 12 enjoyed the visit and even found gold :)
Great way to find out about your heritage and how Canada lives in the 1888 the pioneer cemetery is an amazing site the gravestones date back to the 1700 and the gravestones some are in wood it's a terrible part of our history as a lot of the community passed on at the ages between 3 and 29 years old.
This is where the poor girl who was the first victim of Richard Olsen she lies here.
The oldest Church in BC resides here in Yale $20 to get in a must see. The church is exquisite detail for its day. The grounds contain heavy tarp tents where you can browse and see how the gold miners lived and worked. From saloons to hospitals to barbers and clothing and trade fur. These were tough times and you could be easily killed for a few shillings of gold flakes.
The inside contains train memorabilia and items used in the 1888's Fun and informative..
Worth the effort to go in and look around.. History can be fun!!
Plenty of free parking and easy access from the highway .. Enjoy a bit of history as you go on your journey down the highway!!