Northern British Columbia’s past is made up of people’s connections to this extraordinary natural environment - its first inhabitants can be traced back to 10,500 years ago! Tucked into the vast landscape are remnants of First Nations culture, the early days of Canada’s fur trade and a longstanding tradition of fishing.

Alaska Highway House

The Alaska Highway House, Dawson Creek’s newest attraction, is situated in historic downtown Dawson Creek. Discover the story behind the monumental Alaska Hwy.

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Andree’s Bed & Breakfast

Be welcomed into this 1920’s Heritage Home overlooking the city of Prince Rupert, harbour, gardens and eagles. Located on a quiet residential street, Andree’s B&B is an easy five to ten minute stroll to the museums, parks, waterfront and shopping.

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Bulkley Valley Museum

The Bulkley Valley Museum is yours to discover! Started in 1976, the Bulkley Valley Museum has built up a permanent collection which comprises the social and technological development of the Bulkley Valley.

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Central British Columbia Railway and Forestry Museum

All Aboard!!The Central British Columbia Railway and Forest Industry Museum have developed an impressive collection while at the same time offering exciting events, information and event a community venue to the residents and Visitors alike.

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Cow Bay

Prince Rupert’s heritage as a thriving fishing community is recalled in the Cow Bay Shopping District.

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Dolly’s Fish Market

Dolly’s Fish Market is located on the oceans waterfront in historic Cow Bay in Prince Rupert, and is just a few miles from the rich fishing grounds of the famous Skeena and Nass rivers.

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Fort St. James – National Historic Site

Costumed interpreters and Canada’s largest collection of original fur-trade buildings combine to allow visitors to immerse themselves in the past at Fort St. James. Established in 1806 as a fur trading post, Fort St.

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Fort St. John North Peace Museum

The Fort St. John North Peace Museum tells the story of the North Peace region from First Nations’ settlements to the oil and gas industries of today. Come learn about the fur trade which gave Fort St.

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George Little House

George Little House, built in 1914, is home to community & culture. It is home to Via Rail Station & the Wilp Simgan Carving Studio. The house showcases & retails local art, maps, hosts traditional teas & Sunday Flea Markets.

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Haida Heritage Centre at Kaay Lingagaay

The Haida Heritage Centre, at the old Haida village site of Kaay Llnagaay (which translates to “Sea Lion Town”), showcases the unique living culture, art, and 12,000-year human history of the Haida.

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Harris and Wick Goldsmiths Ltd. & Fine Art Gallery

Founded in 1983 by Dan Harris and Brian Wick, Harris & Wick Goldsmiths promote the unique heritage of Northern BC, and as craftsmen provide their clients with unique original jewellery and gifts backed with genuine perfection in creative designs.

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Keenawii’s Kitchen

Traditional Haida dinners for small or large groups, prepared by culinary expert Roberta Olson “Keenawii’.

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Kitimat Museum & Archives

Explore town history, multiculturalism, turn-of-the-century settlement, the 1950′s Alcan Project aluminum smelter, and Haisla arts and technology. Additional displays feature the geology, flora & fauna of the Kitimat Valley and the sea life of Douglas Channel.

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Kopas Store

Cliff Kopas, originally from Alberta, opened Kopas’ Store in 1937. He ”discovered” the Bella Coola Valley when he and his bride took a four-month horseback trek on the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail/Nuxalk-Carrier Grease Trail.

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Mackenzie and District Museum

In 1793 Alexander Mackenzie the famous explorer camped near the present town of Mackenzie. It is the only town in Canada that bears the name of the explorer.

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Museum of Northern BC

Enter the Museum of Northern British Columbia and experience the magnificent architecture of a Northwest Coast longhouse. View exhibits that portray Northwest Coast history and culture dating back to the last ice age.

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Premier Creek Lodging

Enjoy the historic charm of Queen Charlotte City’s oldest buildings. Built in 1910, the Premier Hotel has been fully modernized, and is open year round. Full of charm and character this is the oldest hotel on the island.

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Prince Rupert Fire Museum

The Prince Rupert Fire Museum, operated by members of the Prince Rupert City Fire Rescue and by former Prince Rupert Fire Department auxiliary members, is located beside the Prince Rupert Fire Hall and home to a wide array of fire

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The Lanfear Guesthouse B&B

This lovely heritage farmhouse was built in 1921 and offers two comfortably appointed guest bedrooms. The Lanfear Guesthouse is located just 1km from downtown Terrace and just minutes away from walking routes, trails and tennis courts.

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Tickleberry’s

Whether you are a resident or just visiting the valley, a trip to Tickleberry’s is a must. Get taken you back to those good old ice-cream-eating days of childhood again.

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Tlell River House

Prophet Muskwa at Queen Charlotte Islands is home to the Tlell River House, a multi-activity resort offering a world-class restaurant and lodging facilities with beach access to both the Tlell River on the west and Hecate Straight, part of the

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Valemount Museum

The building which is now the museum is the original train station. It was built in 1914, when Valemount did not exist, but a town called Swift Creek was just up the creek.

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