Prince Rupert's premier tourist destination
Rich BC heritage
Exhibits, guided tours, original architecture, historically-inspired cuisine and the pristine wilderness surroundings tell the story of an industry that played an integral role in BC's economic, cultural and natural development over the last century.
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Private events are welcomeNPC hosts dozens of functions each year
Commercial caterers are always welcome to use the Mess House Café for events hosted at North Pacific. Call us today to schedule your next corporate workshop, reception, family reunion or wedding.
New Photo ExhibitsPicturing 130 years of cannery history
Unveiled late last month, new photo exhibits drawn from our archives are now on display in many of the site's buildings. Come and see—it's an enlarging experience!
NPC is a Top AttractionThe reviews are in
Reviewers on the Trip Advisor website have rated North Pacific as the #1 Top Attraction in the Prince Rupert area. Have you shared your story yet? We love to hear about our guests' experiences.
Increased accessMore buildings are open to visitors
The Japanese Bunkhouse is among several buildings that are now open to the public for the first time in years. Step inside and explore exhibits about living and working at this remote salmon cannery!
Author visitBC historian Ed Wahl visits North Pacific
This week NPC was proud to welcome Ed Wahl, whose book "Legacy in Wood" chronicles the story of handcrafted boats at west coast canneries. Buy a signed copy in our gift shop!
We're open for the seasonThe 2019 season launched on May 1
North Pacific is glad to welcome visitors six days a week through May and June (closed Mondays). We're open seven days a week starting in July.