Delta, BC, features a rich history in farming and fishing, and features Heritage Week each year in February. A total of 49 properties in Delta have been nominated to the National Heritage Register.
Year-round, visitors can take advantage of Delta Heritage Passports and take part in self-guided tours through many of the historic sites in Delta, including the Delta Museum, the Annieville Cannery, Kennedy Trail, the East Delta Oyster Plant, the Early First Nation Settlement & Tsawwassen First Nation, Westham Island, Ladner's Chinatown, and others.
Delta Heritage Passports are provided by the Delta Heritage Advisory Commission and the Corporation of Delta and can be downloaded by clicking on the links below:
Passports are also available for pick-up at Delta Museum & Archives, Delta's Public Libraries, Municipal Hall, Boundary Bay Park and Deas Island Regional Park