The City of Prince George, in collaboration with the Prince George Heritage Commission, installed interpretive signs throughout the downtown area, in a number of city parks, and along various trails. The signs tell stories of Prince George's history through its buildings, people, special sites, and events.
There are currently 55 interpretive signs placed across the city.
Downtown Heritage Walking Tour
Twenty-two heritage interpretative signs are located in downtown Prince George. View all 22 signs and learn about the city's past in an interactive map.
Prefer to visit in person? Open the map on a smartphone and go on a self-guided walking tour.
Discover the Past
ABOUT THE HERITAGE COMMISSION
The Prince George Heritage Commission advises the City on protecting, conserving, and interpreting heritage resources.
The Commission also presents two awards every year to recognize and encourage heritage contributions.