A group of friends walking on a bridge (Patrice Halley photo)
Attractions in Northern BC reflect the area's natural beauty and profound history.
Discover ancient old growth forests and rugged coastlines on a sightseeing tour or photo safari. With a little luck, the legendary Kermode (Spirit) bear may make an appearance. Of course, the wild scenery looks even more impressive from above – drive to spectacular view points or hop aboard a flightseeing tour.
Visit Northern BC’s museums and heritage sites to discover Aboriginal culture, towering totem poles, what it was like to be a settler in the north, and the importance of the railway and forestry to this part of BC.
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20 Km West Of Hudson's Hope
Hudson's Hope, British Columbia
Visitors can still come enjoy some exhibits and the gift shop in our temporary Visitor Centre & join us for a guided, underground tour that takes you right into the heart of the dam. It's an amazing experience that should not be missed.
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850 River Rd
Prince George, British Columbia
The Railway and Forestry Museum is a place to explore.
Climb aboard locomotives, plows, speeders, fire engines and railcars. Ever been inside a beehive burner? Tour Penny Station and relive 1915 through the eyes of the old Station Master. The museum also has an incredible selection of chainsaws dating back to 1938 as well as the really big forestry equipment used in the early logging days of Prince George.
See the whole park on the Cottonwood Mini Rail ride and leave some time to learn about what's in our latest exhibit and visit the unique 'trains' gift shop.
Great Bear Nature Tours
Port Hardy, British Columbia
Journey to the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest to view and photograph grizzly bears. The floating Great Bear Lodge, with a maximum of 16 guests, is the perfect place to enjoy the wildlife & wilderness of British Columbia. Upgraded in 2014, the new lodge uses locally sourced woods and large windows looking onto the forest and fjord. Experienced biologists lead the twice-daily bear-viewing sessions and activities such as interpretive hikes and boat excursions. Tours begin in Port Hardy, on northern Vancouver Island, with a spectacular seaplane flight to the Great Bear Lodge. Voted by National Geographic Adventure as one of the Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth, and recognized by the Canadian Tourism Commission as a Canadian Signature Experience.
1889 Skeena Dr
Port Edward, British Columbia
Located on the outskirts of Port Edward, 20 km from Prince Rupert, the North Pacific Cannery's history is unique on the west coast of North America. Established in 1889, it had almost 90 years of continuous salmon canning production and fish processing until ending in the late 1970s.
Experience the history of BC's oldest surviving salmon cannery. Take a walk along the boardwalks and experience early coastal lifestyle. Tours are offered daily and are included in admission. Gift shop, cafe and accommodations are also available.
333 Becott Pl
Prince George, British Columbia
Our galleries showcase local heritage, First Nations, natural history, science & paleontological exhibits. Visit in the Biome Gallery with our collection of live arthropods, fish, amphibians & reptiles. Play billiards on the first table in the North. Our shortest visitors will love our dino dig pit, sternwheeler play structure & water table. The George Phillips Exhibit Gallery features travelling exhibitions that change with the seasons. Some days in the summer we are operating Canada's shortest railroad featuring our 1912 narrow gauge steam engine The Little Prince - call for dates & times.
Come stretch your legs & your brains; located along the Fraser River in beautiful Fort George Park. We can't wait to welcome you!