Sites historiques et du patrimoine

Site historique national de Fort Kitwanga, photo de Tourism BC
Site historique national de Fort Kitwanga, photo de Tourism BC

L'histoire et le patrimoine du Nord de la Colombie-Britannique présentent le passé riche des Premières nations, des trappeurs, des mineurs, des bûcherons, des pêcheurs et des colons qui ont cherché à ouvrir leur voie dans cette région sauvage.

L'héritage de ces pionniers de la première heure marque toujours l'ensemble de la région. Découvrez la traite des fourrures au site historique national de Fort St. James, qui est un poste de traite et un fort restauré de la Hudson's Bay Company, ou visitez l'un des villages des premiers pionniers, tels que Huble Homestead ou le village de pionniers Walter Wright.

Pour explorer la riche histoire de la pêche dans le Nord de la Colombie-Britannique, visitez la conserverie North Pacific, qui est une conserverie et un village de pêcheurs datant de 1800 qui ont été restaurés. L'histoire des Premières nations dans le Nord de la Colombie-Britannique peut être retracée sur plus de 10 000 ans. Visitez d'anciens sites patrimoniaux des Premières nations et jetez un coup d'œil aux totems Haida, qui restent époustouflants malgré le passage du temps.

Suivez l'histoire moderne en conduisant sur la route de l'Alaska, qui est une merveille du génie civil, ou plongez-vous dans l'histoire ancienne en admirant les traces de dinosaure à Tumbler Ridge. De nombreux offices de tourisme ont des brochures sur les visites guidées et des informations concernant les sites historiques locaux.

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14 Sites historiques et du patrimoine in Nord de la Colombie-Britannique

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1 Fort St. James National Historic Site - Fort St. James

280 Kwah Rd W
Fort St. James, British Columbia
V0J 1P0
Toll-free
Phone250-996-7191

One of the most spectacular heritage sites in Canada, situated on the shores of Stuart Lake. Fort St. James is the largest collection of original wooden buildings representing the Fur Trade in Canada and appeals to young and old with family activities for everyone.

Enter our World Class Chicken races held every day at 11:30 and you can win chicken bucks to spend in our gift shop or our restaurant with dishes like salmon fillets, ribs, beef dip sandwiches, salmon burgers, taco chili and stew.

Spend the night in the luxurious Murray House. Dinner and breakfast included Enter the Escape the Fort Challenge and if you win get 20% off dinner or lunch in our restaurant.

2 George Little House - Terrace

3100 Kalum St
Terrace, British Columbia
V8G 4L1
Toll-free877-277-8837
Phone250-638-8887

George Little House, Terrace's premier heritage home, built in 1914, is now the place where Terrace's community & culture come together. It is the VIA Rail Station & the information hub for downtown Terrace & area. The house showcases & retails antiques, local art, jewellery, pottery, books, topography maps, concert ticket sales & hosts summer Sunday flea markets with vendors that have unique finds on treasure laden tables. The George Little House is only one of many historic & cultural attractions in the Terrace area that you won't want to miss; our knowledgeable staff will make sure you get to the rest.

3 Huble Homestead Historic Site - Prince George

40 Km North On Mitchell Rd
Prince George, British Columbia
V2L 3G5
Toll-free
Phone250-564-7033

Huble Homestead is a heritage site located at the base of the historic Giscome Portage. Originally a homestead and fur trading post, the site has been restored to its 1915 condition and is open to the public from May to October for guided tours, lunch and shopping in the General Store.

Special events are held throughout the summer featuring blacksmithing and pioneer demonstrations, entertainment, games, and contests for the whole family. Even dogs are welcome on a leash! Huble Homestead is located 40 km (24 mi) north of Prince George, just off Hwy 97 on Mitchell Road.

4 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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5 Alaska Highway House - Dawson Creek

10201 10th St
Dawson Creek, British Columbia
V1G 3T5
Toll-free1-866-645-3022
Phone250-782-4714

30,000 US army soldiers and civilians completed this astounding engineering feat in just nine months. Find out how by discovering the story behind the monumental Alaska Highway.

6 Bulkley Valley Museum - Smithers

1425 Main Street
Smithers, British Columbia
V0J 2N0
Toll-free
Phone250-847-5322

Explore the natural and human history of Smithers and the surrounding Bulkley Valley at the Bulkley Valley Museum. Located in the historic Central Park Building, the Museum features engaging and informative displays on local history and culture, including Driftwood Canyon fossils, our Artifact of the Month, and Smithers "gift to civilization" - the egg carton! Explore the streets of Smithers with our free Culture Crawl walking tour - your guide to historic buildings, gardens, and exhibits around the town. Create a personalized adventure to northwestern heritage, cultural, and natural sites with our Salmon Trails cultural tourism kiosk. Admission is free! The Museum is fully accessible, has ample on-site parking for RVs, and is kid-friendly!

The Bulkley Valley Museum is yours to discover.

7 Central BC Railway & Forestry Museum - Prince George

850 River Rd
Prince George, British Columbia
V2L 5S8
Toll-free
Phone250-563-7351

The Railway and Forestry Museum is a place to explore.

Climb aboard locomotives, plows, speeders, fire engines and railcars. Have you ever been inside a beehive burner? Tour Penny Station and relive 1915 through the eyes of the old Station Master. The museum also has an incredible selection of chainsaws dating back to 1938 as well as the really big forestry equipment used in the early logging days of Prince George.

See the whole park on the Cottonwood Mini Rail ride and leave some time to learn about what's in our latest exhibit and visit the unique 'trains' gift shop.

8 Fort St. John North Peace Museum - Fort St. John

9323 - 100th St
Fort St. John, British Columbia
V1J 4N4
Toll-free
Phone250-787-0430

The Fort St. John North Peace Museum tells the story of the North Peace region from First Nations' settlements and the fur trade to the oil and gas industries of today.

Explore our tepee, trapper's cabins, fur trade artifacts, blacksmith's shop, 1921 school room, 1930s dentist office, missionary chapel, 1930 Outpost Hospital room, post office, general store, British Columbia Police Barracks, furnished rooms of a pioneer home and more!

Touch dinosaur footprints and fossils, learn how beaver felt hats were made, and sort mail in our post office. Please call ahead for guided or group tours or for more information.

9 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.

10 Haida Style Expeditions - Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlotte Islands

2 Beach Road
Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia
V0T 1S1
Toll-free
Phone250-637-1151

Haida Style Expeditions offers cultural adventure tours in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site. Listen to our stories, history, and experience our culture as you watch for wildlife while traveling by water. Haida owned and operated, enjoy local guides as we welcome you to our backyard.

Offering tours to Skedans Village, Tanu, Windy Bay, Hotsprings Island and Sgang Gwaay (UNESCO Heritage Site-Ninstints) we take care of all your needs. Relax and enjoy a variety of snacks along with a nice BBQ style lunch consisting of wild salmon, salad, rice, etc. We cater to all your dietary needs.

With over 20 years experience operating marine vessels and guiding, our number one priority is your safety.

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