Visitor attractions in Prince Rupert

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  • City Hall
    This is Prince Rupertís second City Hall, and it was originally built as a Federal Building in 1938. At first glance a typical Art Deco building, students of architecture will notice Northwest Coast motifs built into the design.
  • North Pacific Cannery
    Built in 1889, today, the North Pacific Historic Fishing Village is a National Historic Site. It is the most complete cannery that remains of these remote villages that once dotted the West Coast. Experience mouth-watering food, licensed dining, cozy lodging, wildlife, and beautiful scenery, with live performances, tours and exhibits in this wooden cannery village suspended on pilings over an estuary of the Skeena River.
  • Pike Island Archaeological Site
    The island is covered by a mature forest canopy that provides comfortable shelter for visitors. Gentle walking trails have been cleared and covered with wood chips to make walking easy and enjoyable. Occasional benches provide a place to pause and enjoy the forest enclave.

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