Brenda from Boom Town Cafe, Melissa Martin from the Rollin Art Centre and Jenn Preedy from the Port Alberni Maritime Discovery Centre are excited to launch the new Passport to Heritage program. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Brenda from Boom Town Cafe, Melissa Martin from the Rollin Art Centre and Jenn Preedy from the Port Alberni Maritime Discovery Centre are excited to launch the new Passport to Heritage program. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Passport to Heritage launched in Alberni Valley

New feature ties together four heritage sites in and around Port Alberni

The Port Alberni Maritime Discovery Centre, the Alberni Valley Museum, the Rollin Art Centre and the Industrial Heritage Centre have launched a new Passport to Heritage program.

The passports feature an Eye Spy tour of the four heritage attractions. Participants have their passports stamped at each location after discovering and exploring the centres.

Once they have all of their stamps they can turn the passport in for a coffee at Boom Town Café, which has sponsored the passports.

You don’t need to apply to get these passports. Pick one up at one of the four attractions and embark on a journey of discovery. Enjoy being a tourist in your own town!