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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21 North Coast Artist's Cooperative - Prince Rupert

215 Cow Bay Rd
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
V8J 1A2

An artist-run co-op full of a diverse range of artistic creations. One of the largest art galleries on the north coast of BC. Items are all handmade locally & include painting, photography, wood & stone carvings, fabric arts from knitting to quilting, artisan jewelry, beautiful pottery & so much more. We are located right at the cruise ship dock in the Atlin Terminal Water Front Market. Come visit us & take your time & enjoy the spectacular scenery as well. See eagles soaring above, you might even catch a glimpse of an Orca.

22 Sea Wolf Adventures - Port McNeill


Reconnect with nature and learn all about First Nations culture in an all-in-one experience that combines respectful wildlife viewing with a sustainable tour through the super natural scenery of northern Vancouver Island and the Great Bear Rainforest, BC.

Low volume tours take a maximum of six guests on authentic adventures through the natural habitat of Western Canada's grizzly bears. Pacific white-sided dolphins dance alongside the bow of our boat; Sea Wolf, as we make the one hour and 45 minute journey from Port McNeill or the First Nations' village of Alert Bay into the beautiful Xakwikan (Thompson Sound). Enjoy continental breakfast as we navigate waters favoured by migrating orcas, humpback whales and listen to your guide's indigenous interpretation of local landscapes.

23 T'ashii Paddle School & Tofino SUP - Tofino

1258 Pacific Rim Hwy
Tofino, British Columbia
V0R 2Z0

Join your Nuu-chah-nulth guide and paddle a handcrafted dug out cedar canoe on one of our first nations canoe tours and learn about local aboriginal culture and history. Walk along thousand-year-old red cedars on the Big Tree Trail of Meares Island.

Or try Tofino's newest sport, stand up paddleboarding. Our stand up paddle boarding tours and lessons explore the ecology in Tofino's calmest paddle boarding location on the inlet, a calm and relaxing place to paddle. Or try catching waves on a stand up paddleboard in our paddle surfing lessons.

If it's your first time paddle boarding or you're looking to explore new areas of Tofino, our guides provide instruction and cater paddle board tours to your abilities.

Tofino's first nations cultural experience!

24 Terrace Art Gallery - Terrace

4610 Park Avenue
Terrace, British Columbia
V8G 1V6

The Terrace Art Gallery is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the arts and local, BC and Canadian artists. Since it first opened in the community in 1981, the Terrace Art Gallery has hosted hundreds of exhibitions and displayed a variety of artistic mediums including paintings, sculptures, pottery, photography and many others.

The gallery consists of a gift shop showcasing more than 75 artists wares as well as two exhibition spaces. Exhibitions change each calendar month and run for 22 days. Join us the first Friday of the month for opening receptions and have the opportunity to meet the exhibiting artist(s)! Admission by donation.

25 The Argosy - Prince Rupert

985 3rd Avenue West
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
V8J 1M9

Looking for a great piece of vintage furniture? An unusual item with a past? Local artwork to grace the walls? The Argosy has all that and more!

The Argosy is an ever-evolving space, showcasing local art, artisans and celebrating the spirit that makes the west coast great. Look for funky found and re-purposed items you might not see anywhere else, as well as that unique piece of furniture or a Persian carpet for your floors.

26 Vancouver Art Gallery - Vancouver

750 Hornby St
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6Z 2H7

Art Makes Us Curious. Discover the power of art at the Vancouver Art Gallery! Immerse yourself in ground breaking historical and contemporary exhibitions and encounter artworks by Canadian and internationally acclaimed artists, with special attention to the accomplishments of Indigenous artists and the art of the Asia Pacific region, through the Gallery's Institute of Asian Art.

Spark your curiosity by taking a public tour of the exhibitions or get creative at Weekly Family Programs every Sunday! Complete your experience with a visit to the Gallery Store for unique gifts or take a break for lunch on the Gallery Café's rooftop patio, one of the city's best kept secrets.

27 Xwisten Experience Tours - Lillooet

5202 Moha Rd
Lillooet, British Columbia
V0K 1V0

Witness the St'at'imc people harvesting salmon and preserving it through the wind-dried method. The tour includes a walk along the Xwisten fishing grounds, a demonstration of the wind-dried method, a sample of wind-dried fish (ts'wan), and a BBQ salmon meal. Tours can also include a walk around an archaeological village site and a replica underground pit house (S7istken).

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