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North Pacific Cannery
1889 Skeena Drive
Experience 125 years of history
Original architecture and the pristine BC wilderness set the backdrop for a unique and engaging experience. North Pacific Cannery connects you with an integral part of BC’s industrial, economic and cultural history through guided tours, special exhibits, locally-inspired cuisine, and much more!
Museums & Heritage Sites
Museum of Northern BC
100 1st Avenue West
The Museum of Northern BC is located in a great cedar longhouse-style building overlooking the ocean. Guided tours provide the opportunity to experience 12,000 years of history and culture on the northwest coast. Visitors are invited to observe First Nations artists working in the carving shed and to browse the spectacular selection of Northwest Coast First Nations carvings and jewellery in the Gift Shop.
Aboriginal Tourism BC
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The First Nations of British Columbia, Canada welcome you! British Columbia has known the footsteps of Aboriginal people from time immemorial. We are the indigenous peoples of this land whose traditions and culture remain strong, rich and diverse and whose life has been shaped by the land, oceans, climate and creatures within.
Our land is British Columbia. A vast beautiful landscape that is as diverse as its people. From the rocky shoreline carved by the ocean to the peaks of the highest mountains and the beautiful plains of the interiorthis is our home.
Here in BC you can watch native artists carve a totem pole, explore our traditional lands and waters with an Aboriginal guide, experience a traditional First Nations healing and purification lodge with a native elder, view exquisite Pacific Northwest native art in art galleries, cultural centers and museums, sample traditional foods and award-winning wines, relax in native-owned resorts, campgrounds, log cabins and bed & breakfast inns and even enjoy a round of golf on a native-owned championship golf course!
The Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (ATBC) and its members invite you to travel to British Columbia this year to experience our rich First Nations culture, traditions and warm hospitality.
Places to Stay
Prince Rupert's Crest Hotel
222 1st Avenue West
Overlooking the beautiful Prince Rupert harbour, the Crest Hotel offers one of the most scenic vantage points of Kaien Island from our Waterfront Restaurant, Charley's Lounge or our Heated Deck all of which feature BC Cuisine and award-winning BC wines. Visit our Gift Shop for a fine array of locally carved masks, jewellery, argillite and more. Located only minutes from local shopping and major attractions.
Artists & Artist Studios
Nicole Rudderham Studio
Original- vibrant, impressionist artwork depicting everyday life and the environment.
Ice House Gallery
Northcoast Artists Cooperative: