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.

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8 Centres d'accueil touristique in Côte Cariboo Chilcotin

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1 100 Mile House Visitor Centre - 100 Mile House

155 Airport Rd.
100 Mile House, British Columbia
V0K 2E0

The South Cariboo Visitor Centre is a charming log building and home of the unofficial 'World's Largest X-Country Skis'. Located along the 100 Mile Marsh, it's a great stop for a picnic and bird watching. For your convenience, restrooms, WiFi, pay phone, fenced picnic area and tons of information are available to you! Ask a knowledgeable and friendly Visitor Information Counsellor for assistance with local or provincial information and you won't be disappointed! Also enjoy a lovely selection of unique souvenirs and books for sale. We are open year round so stop on by!

2 Bella Coola Valley Tourist/Visitor Info Booth - Bella Coola

442 MacKenzie St
Bella Coola, British Columbia
V0T 1C0

Our Tourist/Visitor Info Booth is located in the Copper Sun Art Gallery in downtown Bella Coola. Check out the beautiful and authentic Nuxalk artwork while gathering information on things to do and places to stay. There is parking and it's easily accessible.

3 Bridge River Valley Tourism Info Booth - Gold Bridge

220 Haylmore Lane
Gold Bridge, British Columbia
V0K 1P0

The Bridge River Valley Tourism Info Booth provides detailed visitor information to this backcountry area including maps, accomodation and travel information. We also provide high speed internet (there is no cell service in the area), computer use, and business services. Located at the Haylmore Heritage Site, you will also find local artisan's products and learn more about Will Haylmore. Find local information on mountain biking and hiking trails, the best place to tour your bike or the most unbelievably beautiful locations for a wedding.

4 Horsefly Tourist/Visitor Info Booth - Horsefly

Jack Lyn Memorial Museum
Horsefly, British Columbia
V0L 1L0

Horsefly Tourist/Visitor Info Booth is located in the Pioneer Museum in the village centre of Horsefly, BC. Near the Horsefly River Spawning Channels park and trail. Lots of information in a convenient location. Free maps, brochures, knowledgeable staff ready to help you out.

5 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.

6 Quesnel Visitor Centre - Quesnel

703 Carson Ave
Quesnel, British Columbia
V2J 2B6

Located in the heart of downtown Quesnel in beautiful LeBourdais Park. Beautiful gardens, a kid's park area, picnic tables, museum and a splash park surround the Visitor Centre. Come on in and relax in our comfortable and friendly environment. Wireless internet (WiFi) available.

7 Wells Visitor Centre - Wells

4120 Pooley Street
Wells, British Columbia
V0K 2R0

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.

8 Williams Lake Visitor Centre - Williams Lake

1660 South Broadway
Williams Lake, British Columbia
V2G 2V8

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.

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