Celebrate Richmond’s historical connection with the sea at the 16th Annual Richmond Maritime Festival, a free family event at a National Heritage Site returning the summer of 2019.
In Steveston stretching from Imperial Landing to the Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site.
Saturday, July 27 2019: 11am – 6pm
Sunday, July 28 2019: 11am – 6pm
Accessible parking is available but in a new location:
Please approach Westwater drive via Railway Ave.
Show the traffic control officers your Accessible Parking Permit and they will direct you.
While most of Britannia Shipyards is accessible, some heritage buildings have doors that may be too narrow for some wider wheelchairs.
Due to the tides the ramps are very steep during the day.
Unfortunately wheelchair access is only recommended after 3:30pm due to safety concerns.
Before 3:30pm, wheelchairs can access both the Seine Net Loft in Zone 5 and the Shipyard Building in Zone 11 as well as the deck behind both.
Due to steep ramps, strollers are not allowed on the dock. Please park them at the stroller parking before going into the Seine Net Loft or onto the dock at Imperial Landing.
For your convenience we have Quicklinks ATMs set up in Zone 1, Zone 9 & Zone 15.
Over two days, land lubbers and sea-goers of all ages will enjoy activities that delight one and all. Discover local lore, visit beautiful wooden boats, create works of art, bring your picnic blanket and enjoy the tasty treats. Take in music, painters, potters, roving performers, puppets, story tellers and much more!
The Richmond Maritime Festival celebrates all things waterfront at the Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site. From wooden boats to model boats, water safety to sea creatures, local lore to fishing history, the festival invites visitors to explore a spectacular heritage site with activities and performances for all ages.