Expériences autochtones

Percussionniste aborigène à Laxspa’aws (sur l’île de Pike), photo de JF Bergeron
Percussionniste aborigène à Laxspa’aws (sur l’île de Pike), photo de JF Bergeron

Avec plus de 50 Premières Nations réparties dans plus de 200 communautés, la Colombie-Britannique possède la plus grande diversité de Premières Nations au Canada.

Les centres d'interprétation, les musées et les visites présents dans toute la province permettent d'en savoir plus sur les histoires, les cérémonies et les traditions aborigènes.

L'artisanat, les sculptures et les totems aborigènes sont exposés dans les galeries et les musées, voire dans leurs environnements d'origine.

Parmi les hauts-lieux d'exposition, citons le Musée d'anthropologie de Vancouver, le Centre culturel Squamish Lil'wat de Whistler, le Centre patrimonial Haida sur l'archipel Haida Gwaii et le Centre culturel du désert de Nk'mip d'Osoyoos. Ces centres ne constituent qu'une infime partie des lieux et visites d'expériences culturelles aborigènes en Colombie-Britannique.

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27 Expériences autochtones in British Columbia

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11 Crystal Cabin Gallery - Tlell

778 Richardson Rd
Tlell, British Columbia
V0T 1Y0
Toll-free866-557-4383
Phone250-557-4383

Crystal Cabin Gallery has been in business for over 20 years in Tlell on Haida Gwaii. We have one of the best selections of jewellery on the islands. Silver, Argillite & wood by Haida artists, beautiful gemstones, crystals, local agates, thunder eggs & island scenic stone. Crystal Cabin Gallery is where artisan jeweller Dutes Dutheil has a workshop gallery designing & handcrafting gold & gemstone jewellery which is available exclusively in the shop. There is a great assortment of minerals, crystals, books, teas & clothing.

Learn about the geology of the islands at the interactive display in the 'Tlell Stone Circle', an outdoor installation of local mineral & fossil pieces from the islands. Drive up the hill where there is plenty of parking & shop for the most unique gifts.

12 Fazakas Gallery - Vancouver

688 East Hastings Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6A 1R1
Toll-free
Phone604-876-2729

We specialize in contemporary, cross-cultural and Northwest Coast First Nations art. Located in the historic Heatley Block building in Strathcona.

In addition to contemporary artworks, we sell Northwest Coast Native artworks and commissions for established First Nations artists such as Beau Dick, Rande Cook, David A. Boxley, Don Yeomans and Wayne Alfred. We also offer works by up-and-coming and mid-career artists such as Corey Bulpitt, John Brent Bennett, Alano Edzerza and Phil Gray.

13 Haida Gwaii Discovery Tours - Masset

Toll-free866-626-3949
Phone250-626-3944

All-inclusive discovery tours of Haida Gwaii. Tours are land based & focus on the unique natural, cultural & settlement histories of the Islands. Local guides & local guest speakers allow visitors to experience & participate in the unique lifestyle of the Islands. Accommodations are provided centrally at the Haida House along the banks of the Tlell River in Naikoon Provincial Park to give visitors access to all of the Islands' main attractions. Tours include a day long zodiac boat tour to ancient Haida First Nations Villages alongside the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Protected Area. Small groups (maximum 12). Custom tours available.

14 Indigenous World Winery - Kelowna

2218 Horizon Drive
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Z 3L4
Toll-free
Phone250-769-2824

Indigenous World Winery opened in 2016 as the second Indigenous owned winery in BC. The wine shop is conveniently located in Westbank, just off Highway 97 and minutes from downtown Kelowna. Experience world-class VQA wines and indigenous culture while taking in a beautiful view of Lake Okanagan. The modern facility features a wine tasting room, native themed gift shop, picnic area and the Red Fox Club - an indigenous inspired restaurant. Inspiration for the Indigenous World concept comes from owners Robert and Bernice Louie's love of their people and pride in their aboriginal heritage. The goal is to create an aboriginal themed destination that showcases indigenous people in business while highlighting the culture and traditions of indigenous people and the lands they are connected to.

15 Kelowna Art Gallery - Kelowna

1315 Water St
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 9R3
Toll-free
Phone250-762-2226

Located in the heart of Kelowna's Cultural District in downtown Kelowna, the Kelowna Art Gallery welcomes visitors to explore the four exhibition spaces that showcase a variety of work by local, regional, and nationally recognized artists.

Join us for Family Sundays, offered every Sunday from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm, for an exciting hands-on, art activity led by friendly artist-instructors. Admission to the exhibitions is also included.

Be sure to take advantage of our "Free Admission Thursdays!" when we stay open late from 10:00 am- 9:00 pm.

16 Kitimat Museum & Archives - Kitimat

293 City Centre
Kitimat, British Columbia
V8C 1T6
Toll-free
Phone250-632-8950

Explore town history, multiculturalism, turn-of-the-century settlement, the 1950s aluminum smelter construction project and Haisla arts and technology. Additional displays feature the geology, flora and fauna of the Kitimat Valley and some sea life of Douglas Channel. The temporary gallery offers changing exhibitions of arts, culture and history. We also offer summer programs for children.

Visit the Museum gift shop for aluminum giftware, First Nations designs, jewelry, books and clothing.

While in Kitimat, enjoy the Museum's four self-guided walkway circle routes and interpretive signs.

17 Mothership Adventures Columbia III - Quadra Island

Heriot Bay
Quadra Island, British Columbia
V0P 1H0
Toll-free888-833-8887
Phone250-202-3229

Join us for the exhilarating & unforgettable mothership adventure of your dreams. Extraordinary wildlife viewing, breathtaking landscapes & warm, hospitable crew combine to thoroughly satisfy & delight every guest. We offer a variety of sea kayak tours where we paddle each day & return to the mothership each night.

Accompanied by qualified naturalists, we explore the remote wilderness areas of coastal BC, kayak through glacial fed waters amongst lushly forested islands dotted with ancient First Nations village sites & observe numerous species of wildlife including: orca killer whales, dolphins, harbour seals, black bears, grizzly bears, bald eagles & deer.

18 Museum at Campbell River - Campbell River

470 Island Hwy
Campbell River, British Columbia
V9W 2B7
Toll-free
Phone250-287-3103

Rated tenth in the country by Trip Advisor's Traveller's Choice Award (2014), the Museum at Campbell River on Vancouver Island is not to be missed. Located conveniently on the Island Highway, the Museum houses a fine collection of permanent exhibits that represent the unique culture & history of Northern Vancouver Island. Highlights include First Nations carvings & artifacts & the history of the logging and salmon fishing industries. Interactive exhibits, include a touch screen kiosk & are especially intriguing to young visitors.

While you are here, be sure to watch our film about the famous Ripple Rock explosion & explore the Museum Gift Shop for local books & unique Northwest Coast art.

19 Museum of Anthropology - Vancouver

6393 NW Marine Dr
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6T 1Z2
Toll-free
Phone604-827-5932

The Museum of Anthropology houses one of the world's finest displays of First Nations art in a spectacular building overlooking mountains & sea. We also host major temporary exhibits & display over 10,000 objects from around the world in our Multiversity Galleries. Enjoy gallery tours (free with admission), exciting public programs, an elegant shop, Cafe MOA & our beautiful setting overlooking mountains and sea.

20 Museum of Vancouver - Vancouver

1100 Chestnut St
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6J 3J9
Toll-free
Phone604-736-4431

The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) creates Vancouver focused exhibitions and programs that encourage dynamic conversations about what was, is, and can be; in Vancouver. Permanent exhibitions tell the city's stories, starting with an exhibition on the Musqueam First Nation's ancient landscape and living culture, continuing through the late 1970s. Our beautiful building is a must see for architecture lovers. MOV is located in scenic Vanier Park beside Kitsilano Beach - with HR MacMillan Space Centre and Vancouver Maritime Museum - a 5 minute drive from downtown and Granville Island. You can also take the Vancouver Trolley, False Creek Ferries, or public transit buses to get here.

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