City Exploration by Trolley: Located on Kaien Island, the port city of Prince Rupert sits perched along the island’s north-western shore, fronting Prince Rupert Harbor. Hop aboard the Molly Trolley for a guided tour of the best parts of this beautiful, remote coastal city and see why it has the unique distinction of being the only municipality to be nestled in the beauty and majesty of the Great Bear Rainforest. You will hear about the boom, bust and rebuilding of this tumultuous economy as the trolley navigates the rainbow city neighborhoods and serene downtown core.
Photo Stop of the Totem Poles: Learn about the local Tsimshian Nation and Sm’algya_x speaking people and take a photo of locally erected totem poles with the backdrop of ocean and mountains that frame the special port city of Prince Rupert in the foreground. Continue through the scenic winding streets and past Service Park with amazing views where some of the original residences still stand today.
Seal Cove Visit: Later, arrive at the newly manicured Seal Cove Salt Marsh for a photo opportunity. Reboard the trolley from the salt marsh, with a final stop at the miniature City Sunken Gardens just across the cruise terminal. Enjoy additional time at the Sunken Gardens, and then, stroll back to the cruise terminal or hop back on the trolley for a quick ride to the dock.
Accessibility: This tour is wheelchair accessible.
What to Bring: Weather-appropriate clothing is recommended.
Good to Know: Some tour venues may be outside, so a weatherproof jacket is also suggested.