Centres d'accueil touristique

Les offices de tourisme de Colombie-Britannique sont membres du réseau des offices de tourisme et sont à votre disposition pour tout renseignement touristique, conseil ou assistance.

Identifiables à leur logo bleu et jaune, ces offices de tourisme offrent de nombreux services aux touristes, tels que des conseils professionnels en matière de tourisme, des renseignements et documents utiles sur les voyages, et un service de réservation pour les hébergements. Les offices de tourisme se spécialisent dans les renseignements sur les collectivités et la planification d'itinéraires provinciaux ; leurs services sont amicaux et personnalisés.

De nombreuses petites communautés prêtent main forte aux offices de tourisme du Visitor Centre Network et ouvrent leurs propres syndicats d'initiative en saison, mais ces derniers n'arborent pas le logo des Offices de tourisme. Vous pouvez obtenir des informations sur les communautés locales pendant les heures d'ouverture normales tout au long de l'été.

Les Offices de tourisme de Colombie-Britannique sont répertoriés ci-dessous par ordre alphabétique. Vous pourrez afficher jusqu'à 10 offices de tourisme sur la carte en même temps. Choisissez la page correspondant à la communauté que vous souhaitez visiter.

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129 Centres d'accueil touristique in British Columbia

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121 Vernon Visitor Centre - Vernon

3004 39th Ave
Vernon, British Columbia
V1T 3C3
Toll-free800-665-0795
Phone250-542-1415

The Vernon Visitor Centre is located in beautiful downtown Vernon at 3004 - 39th Avenue. Amenities include a sani-dump, free WiFi, large parking area for RV's, picnic tables and complimentary WiFi.

Purchase souvenirs and receive free maps for the City of Vernon and downtown parking passes. We also offer helpful information for all other regions of the province.

Let us help you plan your visit! Smiles are always free!

122 Victoria Visitor Centre - Victoria

812 Wharf St
Victoria, British Columbia
V8W 1T3
Toll-free800-663-3883
Phone250-953-2033

Located downtown in the Inner Harbour across from the Fairmont Empress Hotel. Its central location is within easy walking distance for tourists arriving off cruise ships and Coho/Clipper ferries. Close to many popular attractions, scenic paths and shopping areas.

123 Wells Visitor Centre - Wells

4120 Pooley Street
Wells, British Columbia
V0K 2R0
Toll-free877-451-9355
Phone250-994-2323

The Wells Visitor Information Centre is now located at the Wells Museum, which is owned and operated by the Wells Historical Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting, storing and displaying artifacts, photos and stories of the history of Wells. The Wells Visitor Info Centre and Museum provides tourist information on the attractions, adventures and services available in the surrounding areas. Galleries, historic attractions, adventure tours and great food await for your enjoyment in the friendly, unique community of Wells. Step back in time as you step into living history in Barkerville. Experience a live theatre show, stagecoach ride, gold panning, fabulous food, shopping and much more. Breathtaking scenery of pristine Bowron Lakes area offers unforgettable adventure.

124 West Kelowna Visitor Centre - West Kelowna

2376 Dobbin Rd
West Kelowna, British Columbia
V4T 2H9
Toll-free
Phone250-768-2712

The West Kelowna Visitor Centre is located in the middle of beautiful West Kelowna on Hwy 97 and conveniently shares space with the Westbank Museum. We have friendly staff that are pleased to help you with either experience.

125 Whistler Visitor Centre - Whistler

4230 Gateway Dr
Whistler, British Columbia
V0N 1B4
Toll-free877-991-9988
Phone604-935-3357

Located in the spectacular coast mountains of British Columbia, Whistler is Canada's premier, year-round destination for adventure. You can find the Whistler Visitor Centre right in the heart of the Village, which boasts spectacular mountain views.

126 Williams Lake Visitor Centre - Williams Lake

1660 South Broadway
Williams Lake, British Columbia
V2G 2V8
Toll-free877-967-5253
Phone250-392-5025

One-of-a-kind two storey 557 sq m (6000 sq ft) log building encasing a unique log cabin. WiFi, grassy picnic area, pay phone. Large RV pull through, parking, merchandise, maps, books, coffee, snacks. Pets are always welcome.

127 Yale Tourist/Visitor Info Booth - Yale

31187 Douglas St
Yale, British Columbia
V0K 2S0
Toll-free
Phone604-863-2324

The Yale Tourist/Visitor Info Booth is located in Creighton House an original home built in the 1870's. The Creighton House is home to our museum and located on the Yale Historic Site. Also on site is St. John the Divine Church built in 1863, our Living History Tent City and gold panning. Picnic tables, ample parking and washrooms are available. Locally themed gifts and books are available in our gift store.

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128 Cranbrook History Centre - Cranbrook

57 Horne St S
Cranbrook, British Columbia
V1C 4H9
Toll-free
Phone250-489-3918

The Cranbrook History Centre offers a specialized experience for all ages. From guided tours of 17 restored railcars to self-guided tours of the facility. You will find interpretive information & exhibits on local and regional history, paleontology, natural history & first nation's culture. Walk through the opulence of the beautiful Royal Alexandra Hall, built in Winnipeg in 1906, a rare example of Edwardian architecture in CP hotels, was considered the social centerpiece of Winnipeg before its closure in 1967. Widely considered the most elegant public venue in southeastern BC. If you are passionate about model trains working dioramas, then our model train room is a must see. The size of the collection, layout, and dedication to detail and craftsmanship will both amaze and delight you.

129 North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site - Port Edward

1889 Skeena Dr
Port Edward, British Columbia
V0V 1G0
Toll-free
Phone250-628-3538

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 the canning operation closed in 1972. Experience the history of BC's oldest intact salmon cannery site. Take a walk along the boardwalks and experience what life and work was like at a remote North Coast cannery. Tours are offered daily and are included in admission. The Can Loft Gift Shop, Mess house cafe and Bunkhouse accommodation are additional visitor amenities available.

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