British Columbia Visitor Centre at Peace Arch (Albert Normandin photo)
British Columbia's Visitor Centres are members of the Visitor Centre Network and are available to provide you with tourist information, assistance and advice.
Identified by their distinctive, blue-and-yellow logo, these Visitor Centres provide a wide range of visitor services, including professional visitor counselling, helpful travel information and literature, and accommodation reservations. Visitor Centres specialize in community information and provincial itinerary planning and their service is friendly and personalized.
To complement the Visitor Centre Network, many small communities operate seasonal tourist information booths. These operations do not sport the Visitor Centre logo. Local community information can be obtained during regular business hours throughout the summer.
British Columbia's Visitor Centres are listed below in alphabetical order. The map will display up to 10 at a time. Choose the relevant page for the community you're interested in visiting.
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137 Visitor Centres in British Columbia
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