**All Parks Canada visitor facilities, including the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site will be closed as of March 18th, 2020 until further notice**
“Where in the World is Lulu Sweet?”
This Spring Break help us solve another Cannery mystery. It is 1860, and seventeen year-old Lulu Sweet has gone missing after a theatre performance that was attended by Colonel Moody and Lieutenant Palmer. Junior detectives are needed to trace her last known steps and examine evidence found around the historic Cannery in Steveston to help solve the mystery.
Drop in anytime between 10am – 5pm (last mystery entry at 4pm) from March 16 to 29, and pick up a detective’s kit to start your investigation. One detective kit is provided per family/group (with at least one paid Adult). The 30-45 minute activity is designed for kids 7-10 years-old and their families to work on together. Visitors are welcome to also explore the Cannery exhibits, join guided tours, and experience the history of Canada’s west coast fishing industry.
Adults $11.90 (Seniors $10.20) and Youth 17 and under are free.