Northern Routes’ seasonal sites are opening for the summer …
Stay safe while having fun this summer with physically-distanced activities in the fresh air and open spaces of Huble Homestead Historic Site.
Beginning Saturday May 22, visit the homestead for daily self-led activities, guided tours, and more!
- Visit the General Store and browse through an affordable selection of locally made items and souvenirs.
- Purchase a barbecue lunch or bring a picnic to enjoy in the outdoor spaces.
- Visit the animals, explore the park, and sign out a lawn game.
Check out the schedule of special weekend programming, and for a more personalized experience, register online to reserve a space for a private guided activity or heritage demonstration. Keep on top of official opening news, activity schedules, safety measures and more at hublehomestead.ca.
Now open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm! The museum includes displays on the rail camps and rail towns (with a model railroad that runs through the bathroom!), Japanese Internment Camps, War Heroes, Robson Valley pioneers and settlers, Margaret McKirdy’s Little People and James Vanslyk’s art.
Fort St. James’ summer season starts Saturday May 22 and it will be open daily from 9am to 5pm. Check in directly with the site to plan a visit and see what the Home Stretch Diner’s famous daily specials are!
Barkerville launches its main season June 26. Exhibits that can be safely accessed with COVID-19 social distancing measures in place will be open and so will a selection of shops and restaurants.