Terrace, British Columbia

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Terrace, BC

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The Village of Terrace is 145 km east of Prince Rupert, 587 km west of Prince George BC.

It was named after the natural terraces that rise up from the Skeena River.

Terrace is known for its excellent fresh fruit. It is the largest fruit gowing area north of the Okanagan.

Sites to see in Terrace include Heritage Park Museum established in 1983 that features 8 historic buildings. George Little House was an early pioneer who came to the area in 1905 who established a homestead and a sawmill. The Old Bridge Historic Site of the longest, single lane wood decked, curved bridge in North America that crosses the Skeena River. The Terrace Art Gallery displays contemporary and tradition works.

Located about 15 minutes south of Terrace is Mount Layton Hot Springs.

Terrace, British Columbia