Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary
Whether you take one of the comfortable and modern boats, or a sea plane into the sanctuary, you must see this place during your visit. Get a renewed outlook on life as you watch these majestic, giant beasts roam free and go about their daily routines. You’ll see the grizzlies play, wash, and maybe even hunt.
Butze Rapids Park
Calm waters are lined with rocky shores and ancient pines. The Butze Rapids come to a standstill within the park and views of the entire place are visible from the many trails. A beautiful place for a walk or a hike while visiting.
North Pacific Cannery Museum
You will feel like you’ve travelled back in time entering the cannery and its accompanying store. The history of this beautiful building combine with its guided tour to give you the feel of being on the line. When you’re finished learning all there is to learn, you can have a delicious lunch in the quaint restaurant attached.
Dolphin & Whale Watching
The sometimes frigid waters of Prince Rupert, just south of the Alaskan panhandle, are nothing short of magnificent when it comes to the natural beauty of the sea. Dolphins swim beside your boat and in the distance, you can watch whales blowing water sky-high.
Museum of Northern British Columbia
See and touch a part of history in this surprisingly well-curated masterpiece. Ancient native artifacts are mixed in with more modern history from this beautiful northern land. Fromm small hand tools to a genuine teepee re-creation, this is a great stop for kids and history lovers alike.
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Sunken Gardens Park
One of the most beautiful and lush gardens you’ll ever see. This free park is put together inside a crater of the earth and is virtually self-sustaining, due its natural geographic location.
Port Interpretive Centre
Like a welcome center, the Port Interpretive Centre offers historical facts about the city and hundreds of brochures on things to do. Whether it’s your first stop or not, go here early on your trip to get a glance at everything Prince Rupert has to offer.
Nature & Wildlife Tours
From fully grown grizzlies to tail-whipping whales, there are a large number of wildlife tours available in Prince Rupert, guaranteed to show you the best that nature has to offer!
Rushbrook Trail is a 2.9 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and bird watching.
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