We are pleased to offer students and teachers the opportunity to come to the museum and interact with us!

To learn more about our programs, please review below.

Teacher Resources

Be sure to look at the guides we have just for you – all about curriculum connections and preparation for visiting our site.

Re-Thinking the Railroad, Grades 3-6

Railroad StationThis program offers the opportunity to learn about the history of the railroad and train station in White Rock. Students will discuss the significance of the railroad and train station in the past and present and discover the varied perspectives surrounding this topic.

Download our Teacher’s Guide here.

Meaningful Monuments, Grades 9-11

This program offers the opportunity to examine two local heritage sites in detail—the train station and the pier—in order to better understand how they came to be sites of significance in White Rock. Students will explore this by interacting with the permanent gallery, and reviewing newspaper articles and historic photographs.

Download our Teacher’s Guide here.

Salish Weaving Workshop with Roxanne Charles, Grades 4-6

This program offers the opportunity to learn about Coast and Straits Salish culture through the contemporary presence of the Semiahmoo First Nation on the Peninsula. Students will hear stories, explore artwork by Semiahmoo artists and carvers, and engage in a contemporary Salish weaving activity led by artist Roxanne Charles.

Download our Teacher’s Guide here.

Self-Guided Tours: Schools, Camp Groups, College and Universities

School groups are welcome to explore the museum exhibitions and create your own experience! We also have a series of curated outdoor history panels along the Pier if you’d like to make your own experience indoor and outdoor.

Interested in booking? Please fill out the form below. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at curator@whiterockmuseum.ca or 604-541-2230.

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