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Tours

Free public wifi is available outside the Manor House for a distance of approximately 20 meters.

Self-Guided Tours

Outdoor, disposable Self-Guided Walking Tour brochures are available to the public near the Octagonal Dairy Barn, at back porch of the Manor House and are also available online as a downloadable pdf. The self-guided tour takes you through fourteen points of historic interest, from the barn complex to the packinghouse and boat launch.

The Manor House and the Barn Complex are open for tours!

Octagonal Barn Tours

Wednesday to Sunday

10:00am to 12:00pm

Manor House Tours are

Wednesday to Sunday

1:00pm to 4:00pm

Manor Tours are approx. 40 minutes in length and start times are:

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

3:00 pm

Group and private tours are available.

Please contact us to schedule.

Friends of Fintry are unable to help you with reservations or to answer questions concerning the Campground or Fintry Provincial Park and Protected Area.
For Fintry Park camping reservations
Call 1-800-689-9025 or visit their website by clicking this link:  http://bcparks.ca/explore/parkpgs/fintry/

Dun-Waters’ Dream: The Fintry Story

Self-Guided Tour

Click the link to download the Self-Guided Tour Brochure
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Welcome to the Fintry Manor House

The Sporting Artist in the Dining Room

This new self-guided tour takes you through the history of Cecil Aldin’s artwork in the Manor House. Tour booklets are available at the Manor House and as a downloadable pdf. Thank you to Morgan Marshall for creating this interesting tour and information booklet.

The Trophy Room at the Fintry Manor House

Fintry’s Octagonal Dairy Barn

The Octagonal Barn is a single-direction self-guided tour. Please check back for tour dates.

There’s also an “Adopt a Part of Dun-Waters’ Dream” program, which enables you to adopt a part of the garden, house, barn area, walking path or labyrinth for varying amounts. All donations and “adoptions” over $50 receive an income tax receipt.

We respectfully acknowledge that the Fintry Estate is on the unceded traditional territory of the syilx (Okanagan) people.
Keep in touch with news from the Friends of Fintry by subscribing to our Octagon Newsletter!
 
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