Prince Rupert

City of Rainbows

Explore our museums, art galleries, historical structures, and cultural landmarks to uncover the captivating, distinctive blend of artistic expression originating from the diverse array of artists and Indigenous individuals who proudly reside in Prince Rupert.

Things to Do

Prince Rupert is a port city on BC’s wild northwest coast. Often called the City of Rainbows, it’s a diverse community characterized by vibrant local culture and a deep-rooted history of Coast Ts’msyen presence that spans generations

Whale watching, grizzly bear tours, and fishing charters are top excursions to explore.

To delve into the city’s hidden treasures, embark on a trolley tour. Indulge in delectable local cuisine. Immerse yourself in the natural world, and connect with the community. Witness elusive wildlife, journey through our striking and untamed landscapes, and engage in world-class fishing escapades.

Wilderness Outdoor Adventures

Seeking a closer connection with nature? Eagle Bluff is the perfect getaway from Urban busyness. Drift into wilderness adventures, kayaking, canoeing, fishing and exquisite wildlife viewing right from room.

Hiking, birding, kayaking, fishing.

Whale watching, and Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary tours.

Professional sport fishing operators are numerous.

Moor your vessel at the Cow Bay marina, Rush Brook harbours or Prince Rupert Yacht club.

Hiking Trails

Hiking trails for every dexterity level.

Butze Rapids, a 2 hour round trip hike with a view of the reversing rapids and the only accessible beach in Prince Rupert

Rush Brook trail which is a meandering 30-minute walk (one way) to Seal Cove which has a new park that surrounds the Salt Marsh

Hayes Creek Trail

Tall Trees Hiking Trail

Digby Island Trail

Metlakatla Wilderness Trail

McClymont Park Trail

Moresby Trail

Kiwanis Trail

Mount Hays

Sunken Gardens Park


Museum of Northern British Columbia. Explore the collection of art and artifacts, oral history and the gift shop that features First Nations art and jewelry.

North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site. With exhibits, guided tours, café, gift shop and pristine wilderness.

Prince Rupert Visitor Centre & Port Interpretive Centre. The Centre tells the story of Prince Rupert that stretches from 10,000 years ago to the present.

Huge Aquatic centre which houses a pool, hot tub, sauna, slide and Tarzan rope for the little ones. Also the rec club features a gym and multi-purpose court floors to participate in badminton, volleyball, etc.

18 hole, par 70 Golf coarse, squash club, tennis courts, curling club, multi level skateboard park.

Several one-of-a-kind shopping retailers are located directly outside the Bed & Breakfast doors, through-out Cow Bay.

We are proud to say that there are five Restaurants and the Wheelhouse craft brewery all within an 8-minute walk of Eagle Bluff. And many more with-in the city limits.

Movie cinema showing current movies

Annual Events

Prince Rupert’s four Annual Community Festivals

First Saturday in March

Children’s Festival

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Second weekend in June


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July 1st

Canada Day

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First weekend in December


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View Our Guest Rooms

Eagle Bluff is a traditional, historic bed & breakfast establishment that boasts six unique and cozy rooms, each with its own distinctive, inviting charm. Our accommodations provide a peaceful sanctuary for guests. Every room is equipped with its private bathroom, a comfortable bed, a cozy sitting area, antique desk, and a high-speed Wi-Fi connection. Additionally, all our guests have the benefit of accessing our communal kitchen and the expansive oceanside deck, creating a shared space for relaxation and enjoyment.

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