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Sadly we were unable to have a guided tour of the houses which would have made quite a difference to our visit, but the museum was really interesting (no charge, donations only), and we could see the setting by the river (just like a model...More
It was well worth the price of the tour plus the nearly hour of time, to be able to go into the Frog House, the Eagle House, and the Fireweed House, three important representations of long houses used by the First Nations people of this...More
This recreated Gitxsan First Nations village on the banks of the Skeena River, provides an insight into the lives of the native people. I recommend you take the guided tour, to see some fantastic artefacts in each of the longhouses and here the interesting stories...More
A must do if you are in the area of New Hazelton.
The small museum if a gem which does not overwhelm or bore you. What it does is present quality artifacts which are caused to clearly explain the history of the local people.
The museum and inside of the buildings were closed when we visited in mid-October 2017. We were able to walk among the totems and exterior of the buildings, which was rewarding in itself. It's a very beautiful site on the Skeena River and the golden...More
Beautiful setting, on the banks of the Skeena River. The replicas of the longhouses were amazing. Some beautiful artifacts in each. The guide was very knowledgeable. The museum had some beautiful artifacts as well. The gift shop was great.