Prince Rupert’s Must-See Sights: Learn about the history, heritage, and culture of the city as you travel with a knowledgeable guide. The city's highlights are a reminder of the many peoples and cultures who founded Prince Rupert, including adventurers and entrepreneurs. From the British gentleman who founded a dairy at Cow Bay to the Chinese gold miner who started Prince Rupert's longest-running grocery, and from the many shop owners who set up their first businesses in tents to the people who invested in the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and its fleet of ships. The stories are as varied as they are interesting. You'll stop at a scenic viewpoint and look out over Prince Rupert's harbor and Metlakatla Pass. This is where the Tsimshian Natives made their winter villages with great cedar houses and canoes and thrived in the rich coastal landscape. Stop at the waterfront Kinsmen Park and visit the Kwinitsa Railway Station Museum, where you will learn about the building of the trans-Canada Grand Trunk Pacific Railway.
Visit the Amazing Museum of Northern B.C.: Visit the Museum of Northern B.C., known for its important First Nations collection, impressive exhibits, knowledgeable guides, and stimulating tours. Connect with the ancient past, exploring the art, history and living culture of the Tsimshian people.
Accessibility: Motorized wheelchairs cannot be accommodated. Collapsible, non-motorized wheelchairs are allowed.
Requirements & Restrictions: Guests must be able to get in and out of the coach with minimal assistance. Surfaces are level and paved or carpeted.
Good to Know: Guests who wish to stay in town to shop or explore independently are welcome to do so but must make their own way back to the ship.