Historic & Heritage Sites
Heritage buildings (Picture BC photo)
There are a number of interpretive centres, museums and heritage sites to explore in Prince George, as well as heritage walking tours.
Central BC Railway & Forestry Museum
The Central BC Railway & Forestry Museum provides a truly authentic sense of Prince George's railway history and the importance of forestry to the community. The museum is interesting at any season, though probably best visited in the spring, summer and fall months as many of the exhibits are outside. There are authentically decorated buildings, a number of different train displays, and other machines. The most remarkable exhibit is the Nechako Coach, a fully adorned train, complete with a functioning kitchen and dining room area. It was built in 1913 and operated by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway until 1976.
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40 Km North On Mitchell Rd
Prince George, British Columbia
Huble Homestead is a heritage site located at the base of the historic Giscome Portage. Originally a homestead and fur trading post, the site has been restored to its 1915 condition & is open to the public from May to October for guided tours, lunch and shopping in the General Store. Special events are held throughout the summer featuring blacksmithing and pioneer demonstrations, entertainment, games, and contests for the whole family. Huble Homestead is located 40 km north of Prince George, just off Hwy 97 on Mitchell Road.