The Northern Rockies offers plenty of opportunities to experience the region's vibrant artistic landscape and rich cultural history. Experience northern heritage in today's landscape, where old traditions mix with the modern way of life.

Indigenous Culture and History

Northeast British Columbia is home to several Indigenous communities. In recognizing the region's vibrant heritage, the Municipality acknowledges the ancestral and traditional territory of the many First Nations and Métis people whose footsteps have marked these lands on which we collectively live, work and enjoy.

We are grateful for the traditional knowledge-keepers and Elders who are still with us today and those who have gone before us. We recognize the land as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on or visit.

Fort Nelson Heritage Museum

Situated just west of the historic Mile 300 milepost on the world-famous Alaska Highway, the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum allows you to step into the region's rich history.

The Fort Nelson Heritage Museum includes more than eight buildings that display countless artifacts. The Museum also showcases a collection of vehicles and equipment used during the construction of the Alaska Highway in 1942.

Visit the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum's website to arrange your visit today!

Poplar Hills Golf and Country Club

Take advantage of our long days of sunlight and enjoy a round of golf at the picturesque Poplar Hills Golf and Country Club.

Located west of Fort Nelson, the Poplar Hills Golf and Country Club features a nine-hole golf course, driving range and pro shop. Enjoy a relaxed lunch or the Friday evening steak fry on the Club's licensed outdoor patio following your time on the course.

Wanting to try a new activity? Cross-country ski at the Poplar Hills Golf and Country Club during the winter season.

Find out more on the Poplar Hills Golf and Country Club's Facebook page.

Fort Nelson Public Library

The Fort Nelson Public Library offers a variety of resources to the community including:

  • Books, magazines, eBooks, audiobooks, DVDs and music for circulation,
  • Public access computers and free wireless internet,
  • Local history archives and reference material,
  • Storytime for children between the ages of two and four,
  • Summer reading programs for children aged five to twelve,
  • Meeting rooms for tutoring and viewing movies, and,
  • A display area for local artists and community groups.

Check out the Fort Nelson Public Library's website to learn more about their services.

Phoenix Theatre

Operated by the Phoenix Theatre Management Society, the Phoenix Theatre serves as the community's movie theatre, art gallery, rental facility and convention centre. The Phoenix Theatre has a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, and can seat 250 patrons.

Whether it is a school music production, traveling dance group, children's choir or professional acrobats, the Phoenix Theatre has been a gracious host to all and is committed to the artists of the Northern Rockies.

Find out what movie is playing next by visiting the Phoenix Theatre's website.