Self-Guided Virtual Programs
Downtown Public Art Walking Tour (All Ages)
Explore downtown New Westminster on a self-guided walking tour of public art. A virtual map will reveal pictures, information, activities and games related to each piece of public art. This unique, virtual experience was developed by the New Media Gallery, Heritage and Art Services.
Adventures on Twelfth Street (All Ages)
The museum is excited to share the Adventures on Twelfth Street project, created by our 2021 summer students Daphne and Jacob.
Over the summer visited and capturing the charm of Twelfth Street for their self-guided walking tour of the community. Discover hidden histories from over the past 160 years!
Follow the hashtag #adventuresontwelfth to see what adventures other folks have had on the street.
Self-Guided Q to Q Ferry Tour (All Ages)
We have an exciting new self-guided audio tour!
From Quayside to Queensborough, uncover local histories as you enjoy your Q to Q trip along the Fraser.
Wander Queen's Park (All Ages)
Wander Queen's Park reflects on the unceded territory of the Halkomelem speaking peoples.
This refers to a language group that more widely encompasses the Indigenous people who used and continue to use this land.
Using QR codes, Wander Queen's Park is an activity that encourages people to explore the park, reflect upon its history and reimagine what it could have been if others were part of its design.
This program is a collaboration between Museums & Heritages, Arts Services, and New Media Gallery. It runs in Queen's Park for the month of July.
The museum's contribution reflects upon the park's creation and evolution using archival photos and records.
If you are not able to visit the park and use the QR codes in person, reflect by clicking on the links below: