Ancient Haida poles, Haida Gwaii
(Tom Ryan photo)

Northern British Columbia

Aboriginal Experiences

Haida Heritage Centre, Haida Gwaii (Canadian Tourism Comission photo)

Haida Heritage Centre, Haida Gwaii (Canadian Tourism Comission photo)

The rugged lands of Northern BC have a rich and diverse First Nations history. 

The totem poles of the north coast are the most famous symbol of the Aboriginal culture, but many spectacular First Nations attractions are located in the region. Art, culture and heritage sites exist in the same natural settings where First Nations have lived for thousands of years.

Cultural sites in Northern BC have drawn worldwide interest – the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site, with more than 500 archeology exploration areas, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

View impressive carvings by renowned Haida artists like Bill Reid and Robert Davidson, or tour the large collection of totem poles in the villages of the Kispiox Valley. The ‘Ksan Historical Village, Nass Valley and Nisga’a Memorial Lava Bed Park all highlight Aboriginal culture in its natural surroundings.

Tour museums with stunning displays of Aboriginal art and prehistoric artifacts, see totem poles that have been standing for more than 100 years or walk through a restored historical village for a glimpse into the traditional life of the areas First Nations.

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