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We had house guests from Australia wanted to take them for a Drive in the Country. From Maple Ridge via Dewdney Trunk to Mission then to Westminster Abbey was a real treat for them. The enjoyed the View and we all enjoyed a lovely walk....More
There is much to see in the Abbey. Unfortunately you cannot take photos. We choose the 1 hour tour which gave us enough time to see everything. Well organized and in spite of big crowds, it flowed well. We got there at ~ 1045. Lines...More
This is just a great feeling just to be on top of the world. The stain glass chapels and the grounds around are just soothing to the soul. I myself have come up here many of times just to be. I have been here when...More
A serene church - simple and awe-inspiring at once in design and stained glass -- (just colours, no pictures). And quiet with only the sound of the fountain We said for some time just soaking in the stillness. Viewpoint was closed for construction when we...More
The hiking trails are closed there is a dress code, have to cover ur knees and arms. There is only the Abby when it’s open and only to enter if u are dressed appropriately. The hiking trails and views mentioned are Closed.
We had our wedding photos taken here. It is a great spot with lots of neat backdrops and areas for all different type of wedding shots. From artistic to traditional it has views and ponds, grassy areas, architectural buildings. So much to work with.
As the others have said. I have found lot's of information right at the building next to the actual Abby at the parking . It has an old relief ma. I've also found any of the Brothers that live there are open for questions... More
As the others have said. I have found lot's of information right at the building next to the actual Abby at the parking . It has an old relief ma. I've also found any of the Brothers that live there are open for questions. If you call ahead they will do tours.
Love Embers and Mission Springs.