Things to see and do - Prince Rupert C
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Situated on Kaien Island near the mouth of the Skeena, this maritime city faces a deepwater harbour dotted with islands. Located just south of the Alaska Panhandle, Prince Rupert was established in 1906 as the terminus of the Grand Trunk Pacific.
Tourist attractions Prince Rupert C : Things to see and do
424, 3rd Avenue West
Some of the old buildings in the centre of Prince Rupert are worth making the detour for, especially when their Art Deco architecture meets Tsimshian motifs (an ethnic group from the northeastern coast of British Colombia). Such is the case of the Ci..
100 First-Av. West
The museum is particularly noteworthy for its outstanding collection of 8000 objects from ethnic groups of the northwestern coast (Tsimshian and Haïda essentially). Don't miss the mourning gown or the handsome carved bear, two unique Tsimshian funera..
Hotels Prince Rupert C
118 6th Street CDN - Prince Rupert BC V8J 3L7
Prix Prices from : 120 CAD
Centrally located in the heart of Prince Rupert, this property provides breakfast. Free high-speed internet is featured in all rooms. Chances Casino and Gaming Centre and Don Cherry's Sports Grill are less than a kilometer away. A cable TV is provid..
815 First Avenue West CDN - Prince Rupert BC V8J 1B3
This hotel in downtown Prince Rupert is located across the street from the beach. The hotel features a hair salon, on-site car rental and every room includes a private balcony. Each room at the Hotel Highliner Plaza overlooks the ocean or mountains...
501 6th Avenue West CDN - Prince Rupert BC V8J 1Z7
Prix Prices from : 65 CAD
Located on Kaien Island in downtown Prince Rupert, this colorful roadhouse features free Wi-Fi and a guest lounge. Cable TV and a fridge are found in each traditional room of the Black Rooster Guesthouse. A work desk and alarm clock are also include..