In north central British Columbia, our cultural experiences are as varied as our natural beauty. Rich in a past that stretches from the era of the dinosaur to the construction days of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, we are a region built by hard-working people of diverse nationalities and Read more [...]
At the Bowen Island Community Museum you will discover Higgens Cabin, a 1948 period logger’s cabin with tools and period rooms. At the Canadian Museum of Flight you’ll find over 25 civilian and military jets, gliders, and helicopters. Victoria’s Craigdarroch Castle welcomes you inside a Victorian-era mansion. And at Fort St. James National Historic Site you’ll travel back in history inside a restored Hudson’s Bay Company post with 1896 living history guides all summer long.
Welcome to British Columbia’s museums and heritage sites. Historic telephones, arts and crafts, regional sports history, and natural history and much more await.
The Huble Homestead is a living historic site that offers tours of heritage buildings such as the Huble House , Salmon Valley Post Office, and the Animal Shelter. Visit replicas of the original General Store, Trapper’s Cabin, Barns, Blacksmith Shop and the First Nations Fish Camp; all aspects of the Read more [...]
Surround yourself with the extraordinary, the historical, the amazing, the past and the future at The Exploration Place, Prince George’s number one adventure spot for the entire family! It’s a strictly hands-on experience where children and adults can touch, feel and thoroughly learn about a diverse range of subjects. Innovative Read more [...]