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BOWEN ISLAND BC - ATTRACTIONS & PLACES OF INTEREST
Bowen Island - Attractions and Places of Interest
Attractions

the Chandlery - Bowen IslandStroll the boardwalk and visit the Sunday Market or check out the Marina, Union Steamship Marina offers a first class year round facility featuring quaint turn of the century buildings. The Marina is able to accommodate vessels from 10 to 200 feet. You can also visit the Chandlery has a unique line of clothing, some with the original USSC logos. The Chandlery also has a full supply of marine supplies, charts, fishing gear and licenses. Along with those standard Chandlery items, we also have ice cream, beverages, children's toys, art work and jewellery. Visit a farm to see the animals and enjoy a barbeque, Alderwood Farm is an oasis of sights, sounds & flavors. This beautifully landscaped farm destination is the perfect place to visit for an afternoon, a weekend or on your way home. Offering Gourmet & Organic foods from their Specialty Food Store and B&B accommodation in the beautiful surroundings of Alderwood Farm.

Relive 1920s resort life with a visit to the Cottage Museum in the 1890s Davies Orchard project or pore over old-time photos and displays in the Historian’s Museum at the crossroads, The Bowen Island Historians Community Museum and Archives is located at the crossroads of Miller and Government Road across from the RCMP Building. The Historians have been collecting material related to the history of the "Happy Isle" since 1967. The two small museums, in their park-like setting, exhibit the unique history of Bowen Island. art gallery

Visit the art and craft galleries of Artisan Square and enjoy a gourmet hot chocolate. Walk through rainforest in Crippen Regional Park, is a multiple-use park that contains a lake and a seasonal fish hatchery and the Memorial Garden, fish ladders, waterfall, meadow and hatchery. Tramp the woodsy circle trail around Killarney Lake.

Mt. Gardner (2480ft) for stunning views of the Pacific Northwest. Look for swans and herons in the lagoon. Go beach combing along one of the many beaches Most popular with island visitors are Sandy, Tunstall Bay and Bowen Bay beaches.

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