Complete Listing of Prince Rupert Museums:
A rebuilt 1925 R.E.O. Speedwagon Fire Engine is the highlight attraction
at the Firehall Museum, which displays a variety of local firefighter
and law enforcement memorabilia. Summer Hours: Tues-Sun: 9am-12 noon,
website: Prince Rupert Fire Museum. 200 1st Ave West, (250) 627-1248
First Nations Carving Shed
See some of the finest carvers of northwest First Nations art working
on copper, silver, gold, cedar and argillite. Argillite is carved exclusively
by members of the Haida Nation.
Located one block from the Museum on Northern BC. Contact the Museum
of Northern BC, 100 1st Ave. West, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1A8; 1-800-667-1994,
(250) 624-5637, Fax: (250) 627-8009
Kwinitsa Station Railway Museum
Experience the life of early station agents and linemen who worked the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway at the turn of the last century. Summer
Hours: (June-Aug): Daily 9am-12 noon, 1pm-5pm.
Bill Murray Way (on the waterfront), 1-800-667-1994, (250) 624-5637,
Fax: (250) 627-8009
Museum of Northern British Columbia
website: see above
100 1st Ave. West, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1A8; 1-800-667-1994, (250)
624-5637, Fax: (250) 627-8009
North Pacific Historic Fishing Village
Built in 1889, North Pacific Historic Fishing Village, a National Historic
Site, is BC’s oldest surviving salmon cannery . Tours and live
performances provide an entertaining look at life in a cannery village.
website: see above.
1889 Skeena Drive, Port Edward, BC V0V 1G0; (250) 628-3538, Fax:(250)
Oldfield Creek Hatchery
Guided tours explain the Oldfield Creek salmon enhancement Program.
Learn about salmon from eggs to escape.
Wantage Road, (250) 624-6733
Contact Kinnikinnick Campground & RV Park
Phone: (250) 628-9449 or Toll free 866-628-9449