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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51 Kelowna Visitor Centre - Kelowna

544 Harvey Ave
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 6C9

The Kelowna Visitor Centre is located at 544 Harvey Avenue (Hwy 97) just north of Ellis Street. Located in the downtown area just blocks from beautiful Okanagan Lake and the Cultural District, our Visitor Centre is open year round to service your visitor inquiries. Call us for seasonal hours of operation at 1-800-663-4345. Our friendly staff will gladly provide suggestions and ideas (from first-hand knowledge) to assist in customizing your Kelowna vacation experience, and will supply you with brochures, maps, directions and the latest information on attractions and events in Kelowna and the area.

52 Keremeos Visitor Centre - Keremeos

417 - 7th Ave
Keremeos, British Columbia
V0X 1N0

The Keremeos Visitor Centre is a replica of the historic CN Railway Station, complete with wrap around veranda, history murals inside, washrooms, picnic tables and a playground with waterpark.

The Visitor Centre is the starting point to the village Promanade Walking Trail.

53 Kimberley Visitor Centre - Kimberley

270 Kimberley Ave
Kimberley, British Columbia
V1A 0A3

Here's what you need to know. We're a simple BC mountain town, with Rocky Mountain vistas and legendary Purcell snow. We've got one traffic light, the world's largest cuckoo clock, the second largest nature park in Canada and a few other humble superlatives. Our Visitor Centre staff will point you to the trailhead, suggest a killer meal, and brag about BC in general.

54 Kitimat Visitor Centre - Kitimat

391-400 City Centre
Kitimat, British Columbia
V8C 2G3

Visible from the highway, the Visitor Centre is the first building visitors see upon entering Kitimat. Heritage Park, located in front of our centre, displays flags from ethnic groups in our community and provides picnic tables, gazebo and information kiosk.

55 Ladysmith Visitor Centre - Ladysmith

33 Roberts St
Ladysmith, British Columbia
V9G 1A4

The Ladysmith Visitor Centre is centrally located at 33 Roberts Street just off our historic First Avenue. Our Tourism Counsellors are excited to help you discover some of our hidden treasures and provide information on our events, cultural & historic attractions, artisans, outdoor recreation (hillside & seaside hiking trails, kayaking, etc), relocation, maps, accommodations, dining, shopping and much more.

56 Lake Cowichan Visitor Centre - Lake Cowichan

125 C South Shore Rd
Lake Cowichan, British Columbia
V0R 2G0

Located in a log house in the center of Lake Cowichan as you come off of Hwy 18. Featuring Saywell Park that is adjacent to our building and directly behind the Visitor Centre is Kaatza Historical Station Museum. Internet access, photocopying, faxing, pocket maps & historical maps are available at cost. Canadian Cash services only.

57 Langley Visitor Centre - Langley


Langley is home to an incredibly diverse selection of attractions and amenities that are sure to make your stay in our communities an enjoyable one. Our certified travel counsellors are available online at all times to help you plan your trip and answer your questions. Reach out to us via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram by using the hashtag #langleyfresh, or if you'd prefer to talk in person give us a call - we'd love to chat! We specialize in our community and are committed to ensuring you are provided with the endless choices our destination has to offer. Our mandate is to assist the traveling public and to exceed your expectations by offering friendly, personalized assistance and advice.

58 Lillooet Visitor Centre - Lillooet

790 Main St
Lillooet, British Columbia
V0K 1V0

Located in the heart of downtown Lillooet, the Visitor Centre & Museum is situated in a former Anglican Church, St. Mary the Virgin. We offer public washrooms, ample parking for motorhomes & tour buses & has a lovely picnic site available.

59 Logan Lake Visitor Centre - Logan Lake

31 Chartrand Ave
Logan Lake, British Columbia
V0K 1W0

Logan Lake Visitor Centre is one of the most unique visitor centres in the province; situated inside a 195B Bucyrus Erie mining shovel with a 13 cubic metre bucket, parked next to a 235 ton haulage truck.

60 Lumby Visitor Centre - Lumby

1882 Vernon Street
Lumby, British Columbia
V0E 2G0

The Visitor Centre in Lumby is a hand-built log cabin with "Lumby Jack" greeting visitors. A 24-hour information kiosk also available at our central downtown location.

Walk the Salmon Trail from our centre or continue travelling east towards the Monashee or west to Vernon.

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