A collection of locally crafted items, Studio 2880 is a one-stop-shop for those unique and special souvenirs and gifts. This artisan gift shop also sells tickets to many of the local artistic productions around the city and is home to many of the communty's art guilds and organizations.
Home to two professionally curated gallery spaces, Two Rivers Gallery offers a wide range of classes, tours and creative activities both for locals and visitors.
From rock to hard laughs, the venue space above Books & Company offers a extensive variety of live entertainment opportunities.
A refuge for book lovers, coffee consumers, music fans and people who just want a nice place to spend an hour, or two or three.
The museum recognizes forestry and rail, two major industries that shaping Prince George. Climb aboard the many trains, explore the classic buildings and take a step back in time. Kids will love riding on the mini-rail around the train yard and tunnel through a real beehive burner.
Located downtown, Lambda Cabaret is a LGBTQ friendly bar that offers two levels of entertainment with a karaoke corner, an outdoor patio, two bars and a dance floor.
Mr PG was born in 1960 and has a fascinating history as the city's official mascot. Now located at the junction of Highway 16 & 97, visitors and locals alike visit him daily for their obligatory Mr. PG selfie! Tag your selfies with #mrpg!
Theatre Northwest delivers a full season of high calibre plays and performances that consistently receive critical acclaim. Their season runs September - April, but many unique performances occur throughout the year.
Omineca Arts Centre is renowned for its innovative, multidisciplinary and marginalized art forms and offers both visual art exhibits as well as performances and other imaginative, interactie creative arts.
This 5,000+ venue offers exciting line-ups of big name acts, bands and shows throughout the year, including Cirque Du Soleil and Alice Cooper. The CN Centre is also the arena for the Prince George Cougars, the local WHL hockey team. *TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19*
The keeper of Prince George's history, visitors can explore the many hands-on exhibits and learn about the region's rich history, culture and local wildlife - including a live sturgeon. *TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19*
The Prince George Playhouse is an active venue for live theatre, concerts and indie movies showings. Upcoming shows and performances can be found on their website.
Goodsir Nature Park is a place where you can come experience a first-hand
relaxing environment. The trails are well-maintained, with interpretive signs identifying native plant and trees across Northern BC. The park was built over a lifetime by one person Jim Good who also served in the junior forest wardens in the 1960’s and 70’s.
A hub for local music and performances, the local Legion is a thriving venue for up and coming artists and features musical nights from a variety of genres like heavy metal to folk.
This early 20th-century homestead comes to life with a bustling farm, trading post, general store and First Nations fish camp. Experience firsthand how the Huble Family lived day to day freighting supplies across the Giscome Portage and tending to their homestead.