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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25 Centres d'accueil touristique in Vancouver, Côte et Montagnes

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1 Abbotsford Visitor Centre - Abbotsford

34561 Delair Road
Abbotsford, British Columbia
V2S 2E1

Conveniently located near shopping, restaurants, services and a variety of accommodations. We are just a five minute drive from the USA border and offer ample parking for cars, RVs and buses. We have a welcoming and comfortable visitor centre, perfect for a picnic lunch or a short rest. Public washrooms available on-site.

2 Agassiz Tourist/Visitor Info Booth - Agassiz

7011 Pioneer Ave
Agassiz, British Columbia
V0M 1A0

Located in the heart of Agassiz in Pioneer Park. The Agassiz Tourist/Visitor Info Booth & Museum provides a wealth of information relating to the local and surrounding communities. Brochures and pamphlets are also readily available for all of British Columbia. Our friendly staff will assist you with all your needs. Agassiz is a well-kept secret located in the upper Fraser Valley. Come stay awhile and discover our community.

3 Bowen Island Visitor Centre - Bowen Island

432 Cardena Rd
Bowen Island, British Columbia
V0N 1G0

Sail on over to Bowen Island! Our Visitor Centre, operated by the Bowen Island Arts Council, is located in the picturesque Boulevard Cottage. You can find us by taking the first street on the right, Cardena Road, upon debarking from the ferry.

Drop by to get detailed information on what to do while on Bowen Island. Whether hiking, golfing or just kicking back to listen to some live music, we will help you choose how to spend your time. You'll have a chance to check out our petite gallery gift shop, featuring arts and artisans wares produced by our local artists. Find out about festivals and other special events. We can't wait to greet you!

4 British Columbia Visitor Centre @ Peace Arch - Surrey

298 Hwy 99
Surrey, British Columbia
V3S 9N7

Offering visitors a wide range of travel services, including free public WiFi. Courteous, knowledgeable staff provide professional visitor counselling and itinerary planning, accommodation reservations plus attraction and transportation ticketing, and helpful travel information including transportation and community information on all areas of British Columbia. Currency exchange on-site.

5 Chilliwack Visitor Centre - Chilliwack

44150 Luckakuck Way
Chilliwack, British Columbia
V2R 4A7

Our friendly staff are available year-round to assist you with your needs. Not only does our Visitor Centre have one of the largest supplies of BC community brochures and publications on hand, we also have information about other provinces throughout Canada. If you are looking for flags, pins or poles we also operate a Flag Shop boutique store out of our Visitor Centre and would be able to help you with these needs as well. Offering clean, indoor bathrooms, free WiFi, seasonal sani-station, picnic grounds and knowledgeable friendly staff, we are a must stop! Located at Exit 116 off Hwy 1.

6 Coquitlam Tourist/Visitor Info Booth - Coquitlam

1116 Brunette Avenue
Coquitlam, British Columbia
V3K 1G2

Coquitlam's Tourist/Visitor Booth is conveniently located minutes from both the Trans Canada/Highway 1 and the Lougheed/Highway 7 at the historic Mackin House Museum on the corner of Brunette Avenue and King Edward Street. Close to a variety of attractions, restaurants and retail stores it's a perfect place to stop, stretch your legs and get the information you need. Be sure to plan for some time to explore Coquitlam while you are here. We hope you enjoy your stay.

7 Delta Visitor Centre - Delta

6201 60th Ave
Delta, British Columbia
V4K 4E2

Surrounded by walking trails, waterways, farmland and world heritage Burns Bog, Delta's Visitor Centre captures the nature and spirit of Delta and opportunities for eco-tourism. Centrally located at the intersection of Highway 99, linking the USA border with Vancouver, and Highway 17A, linking BC Ferries to Victoria and the southern Gulf Islands, our Visitor Centre is an entry to Greater Vancouver. It's a nearby alternative to the major city as a year-round, outdoor recreational area featuring town life and farm fields. We are also accessible directly by air for private aircraft at Boundary Bay Airport.

8 Gibsons Visitor Centre - Gibsons

417 Marine Dr
Gibsons, British Columbia
V0N 1V0

Gibsons Visitor Centre is located in the heart of Gibsons Landing in Pioneer Park - right across from Molly's Reach, the home of "The Beachcombers". Our cosy cedar building is just steps from the public wharf, and has a great view of Gibsons harbour. We carry maps and a wide range of free resource materials. Drop in or call ahead, and our travel counsellors will give you personal attention and up-to-the-minute tips to help make your trip to Gibsons and the Sunshine Coast the best it can be!

9 Harrison Hot Springs Visitor Centre - Harrison Hot Springs

499 Hot Springs Rd
Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia
V0M 1K0

We are centrally located along Hot Springs Road on your way into town, just 3 blocks from the beach. Open year-round, the friendly, knowledgeable staff have the most up to date information on the community including hiking, activites and events. Washrooms, internet and a small selection of souvenirs are available for visitors. Pick up your Hot Springs Harry sasquatch souvenirs here!

10 Hope Visitor Centre - Hope

919 Water Avenue
Hope, British Columbia
V0X 1L0

The Hope Visitor Centre offers WiFi, ample parking, public washrooms, picnic tables, pay telephone, and a museum (admission by donation). It is also the start of the self-guided 'Hope Arts Walk Tour' and the 'Rambo: First Blood' walking tour (self-guided). We are within walking distance of Hope's most popular hike and easy riding distance to our new mountain bike skills park! Our friendly team of experts can help you plan your adventure in Hope and beyond (including the Fraser Canyon, Manning Provincial Park, Skagit Valley Provincial Park, and throughout BC.) Souvenirs are available in our 'Made in Hope, BC' gallery

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