North Pacific Cannery on Skeena River: Nature, culture, and over a decade of North Coast life forms the rich landscape of this historical tour. Engaging stories of those who fished and worked at British Columbia’s North Coast canneries will come to life as this National Historic Site (established in 1889) connects visitors with an integral part of British Columbia's industrial, economic, and cultural history. Experience a demonstration of a canning line (the process of filling aluminum cans with a beverage), see a salmon processing line, emerge in the wilderness, along the breezy river's edge, and take in the rich history of the cannery's boardwalks, industrial buildings and worker housing.
Requirements & Restrictions: Guests must be able to ascend one flight of stairs to visit the net loft and canning line.
What to Bring: We recommend you wear warm, layered clothing including a hat, scarf, gloves and comfortable, sturdy shoes.
Good to Know: Some tour venues may be outside, so a weatherproof jacket is also suggested. Food and drinks are available for purchase on-site, and credit cards and USD are accepted.