Moricetown Interpretive Centre and Museum, 32 km west of Smithers , overlooks the Moricetown Canyon, where visitors may watch the Wet’suwet’en people fish the rapids of the Bulkley River.
Their catch – salmon, their method – traditional dip nets or gaff poles. The museum houses artifacts and photographs which tell the story of the Wet’suwet’en people, as well as recently-excavated stone tools. The building overlooks the Canyon above the bridge.
The Moricetown Museum and Interpretive Centre is open annually from May to September and offers visitors the Wet’suwet’en experience. If you’re already stopping at the world-renowned Moricetown Canyon, then head up the hill and give us a visit!
Sitting on our balcony with a cup of complimentary coffee in hand, you’ll get a bird's eye view of traditional Wet’suwet’en fishermen doing what they do best. Our Interpretive Centre and friendly staff can also provide you with the story of the Wet’suwet’en. Through photographs, writings, artefacts and recently excavated stone tools you’ll see the development of our people from time immemorial. Whether you’re in the market for traditional or contemporary art, we also feature the best artists and craftsmen the Wet’suwet’en Nation has to offer.
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