On the road from Vancouver to Whistler you go past Britannia Beach you see the huge building going up the hill which was once an eyesore with all of its windows smashed.
This is the site of one of Canada's largest copper and zinc mines.
Now an attraction that has all sorts of interesting displays. Of the isolation that once was Britannia Beach, the mining implements and the various ways of separation for various metals though mainly zinc and copper.
The displays of old equipment needs to be better displayed as you wouldn't know what was what. Some signage would be great.
The days of Britannia beach in the old days is great as is the small train that takes you though part of the mine, along with the different drills they used.
The visitor shop was interesting but many of these are available at the general store which is just over a bit further and are much cheaper there.
A good attraction well worth a visit. allow 1.5 hours. Check what times the tours leave which is usually on the hour.