Prince Rupert, British Columbia Cruise Port

2.5 out of 5

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About Prince Rupert, British Columbia

Prince Rupert is on the northwest coast of British Columbia. The area features plentiful shopping, restaurants, arts, cultural attractions, and a rich history. The abundant wildlife and pristine wilderness are attractive as well. Catch a salmon. Walk the waterfront. Visit the museums and Performing Arts Center. Go whale watching.

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BunnieBear

Not a review as such, as I haven't been yet, but just wanted people who will be in port on 1st October 2017 to know that I made enquiries and the cannery will be opening for the final cruise visitors that day, rather than closing on 30th September as their website states and the local buses will also be running their Sunday schedule. Might be helpful if you're struggling to fill your day.

DebraE3

Had some cute, different shops from the other ports - just a small selection. We only stayed about an hour. Saw the Sunken Gardens which were good. Visited the museum gift shop. Would have rather stopped at Vancouver.

Visited: Aug 12, 2006

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