North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site
1889 Skeena Drive PO Box 1109 Port Edward, BC V0V 1G0
Experience the history of BC's oldest surviving salmon cannery. Built in 1889, North Pacific Cannery is now a designated national historic site and museum. The complex includes the main cannery building, administration buildings, and residences. 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.