Discover and explore Prince George's heritage through activities that offer unique glimpses into its past. Learn about local history, find out how heritage properties are protected and promoted, and browse the Heritage Register for insights on the City's growth and evolution over the years. Many of the programs on this page are co-ordinated with and developed by the City's Heritage Commission, which also presents two annual awards to recognise and encourage heritage contributions.
Downtown Heritage Walking Tour
A free guide walking tour of fascinating downtown historic sites is delivered in partnership with the Prince George Public Library. Choose from self-guided, in-person, or virtual tours.
Learn more about the Downtown Walking Tour
Heritage Interpretive Signs
The City of Prince George, in collaboration with the Prince George Heritage Commission, has installed heritage interpretive signs throughout the downtown area, in a number of city parks, and along various trails. These signs tell stories of PG's history, its unique buildings, and of interesting events and people.
Heritage Speaker Series
Local history experts and enthusiasts participate in this annual discussion series held every fall and winter at the Prince George Public Library. The series is delivered in partnership with the Prince George Heritage Commission. The Commission also gives presentations about local history to groups of all ages.
Heritage week is an annual event held across British Columbia. Prince George takes this opportunity to recognise heritage buildings, places and history, and to organise special events. Heritage Week starts on National Heritage Day, the third Monday in February.
Learn more about Heritage Week