Museum of Northern British Columbia

100 1st Ave. W.
Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1A8- Map It
(250) 624-3207

AAA Editor Notes

Museum of Northern British Columbia is at 100 First Ave. W. and McBride St. Models, maps, graphic displays and an ethnological collection explain pioneer history and the lifestyles of coastal groups from prehistoric times through their contacts with Europeans. Changing exhibits are displayed in the art gallery. Of interest are an early 20th-century steamroller and a modern carving shed with local artists on-site.
$6; $3 (ages 6-12 and students with ID).
Hours: Daily 9-7, Victoria Day-Aug. 31; daily 9-5, in Sept.; Tues.-Sat. 9-5, rest of year. Closed Jan. 1, Christmas and day after Christmas.