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Cariboo Jade & Gifts

1093 Todd Road
Cache Creek, B.C.
V0K 1H0

PH: 250-457-9566
info@jadeshop.ca
https://cariboojade.com/

An independent, family owned shop providing unique gifts and souvenirs since 1967. Specializing in B.C. Jade jewellery and carvings, we also carry a wide variety of other items including semi-precious stone jewellery, raw and polished stone specimens, moccasins, crib boards, home decor, local interest books, greeting cards and much more.
Other services include engraving, trophies and jewelry & watch repair.

Located at the junction of Hwy 1 & 97N in Cache Creek.

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Clinton Museum & Archives

1419 Cariboo Hwy
Clinton, B.C.
V0K 1K0

PH: 250-459-2442
info@clintonmuseumbc.org
http://www.clintonmuseumbc.org/

Spend some time taking in the beautifully preserved artifacts & exhibits in our red brick Museum & 1911 Stables, centrally located in Clinton, The “Gateway to the Cariboo.” Then pick up one of our Heritage Walking Tour booklets & take a self guided tour through our historic streets. Open 7 days a week from May to October.

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Fort Berens

1881 Highway 99 N
Lillooet, B.C.
V0K 1V0

PH: 250-256-7788
info@fortberens.ca
http://www.fortberens.ca/

This beautiful vineyard is surrounding by mountains and is near the Fraser River. Named after a Hudson Bay fort that was to be built on the site in the 1800’s this charming vineyard offers some spectacular award winning wines for tasting and purchasing.

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Historic Hat Creek Ranch

Junction of Highway 97 and 99
Hat Creek, B.C.

PH: 250-457-9722
contact@historichatcreek.com
https://www.historichatcreek.ca/

Accommodations at Hat Creek Ranch are an awesome experience. Stay in a ‘miners’ tent’, a teepee or a cabin. For the ultimate adventure, book a night in the ‘Kekuli lodge’ (a half-underground pit house) in the Native Village. RV sites are also available.

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KC Health & Gifts

626 Main Street
Lillooet, B.C.
V0K 1V0

PH: 250-256-7711
FAX: 250-256-0655

Visit this unique gift shop for your next vacation treasure.

Perched high on lavender hills come visit us to find:

*Jade carvings & sculptures
*Jewellery
*Local Pottery
*Native Artwork
*Carvings in Stone, Cedar & Antler
*Natural vitamins & food products

Ask about the Jade walk story.

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Lillooet Museum & Visitor Centre

790 Main Street
Lillooet, B.C.
V0K 1V0

PH: 250-256-4308

The Lillooet Museum houses a veritable treasure trove of BC history! One of BC’s most appreciated museums filled with remarkable artifacts, including a tribute to the irrepressible newspaper legend Margart ‘Ma’ Murray.

The Museum serves as Lillooet’s official Visitor Centre & is open from mid-Apr – Oct. Remembering the past & living the present!

May/June
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday & Monday CLOSED

July/August Daily 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

September/October
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday – CLOSED

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Miyazaki House

643 Russell Lane
Lillooet, B.C.
V0K 1V0

PH: 250-256-6808

A cherished heritage home with a fascinating history!

Sept to May tour the house weekdays from 11 am to 3 pm Jun to Aug tour the home Tues to Sat from 10 am to 4:30 pm

Appreciate the lovely local artisan works on display & enjoy summer evening “Music at the Miyazaki” Friday evenings in July and August. Consider this beautiful home & garden setting for your next special event.

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Saul T. Art Gallery

538 Main st
Lillooet, B.C.
V0K 1V0

PH: 250-256-4155 or 250-256-1880 (C)
ejoannedrake@gmail.com
http://saultartgallery.ca/

Art Gallery Housing permanent Work by Statimc/ Xwisten Chief. Grand Chief Saul Terry, BA

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Savona Station Antique Mall

6648 Savona Access Road
Savona, B.C.

PH: 250-377-8510
bandwkelly@shaw.ca
http://kellyskaboose.ca

Seventy Mile Access Centre

2545 North Bonaparte Road
70 Mile House and Green Lake, B.C.
V0K 2K0

PH: 250-456-6061
smac@bcinternet.net
https://smac.center/

The Seventy Mile Access Centre, or SMAC, is a non-profit society whose primary purpose is to create a dynamic meeting place for area residents (permanent and part-time), tourists and guests. The SMAC Facilities include a Library, Gymnasium, Computer Lab, Games Room, Crafts Room, Kitchen, and Outdoor play are and Ice Rink (in Season). There is also a thrift shop and used furniture store.

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Spapium “Little Prairie” Farm

764 South Spencer Road
Lytton, B.C.

PH: 604-819-0969
info@SpapiumFarm.ca
https://spapiumfarm.ca/

Spapium grows Heritage Produce with rich soil & abundant water and sun above the Thompson and Fraser Rivers in British Columbia’s magnificent Fraser Canyon.

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The Packing House

3705 Riverview Avenue
Spences Bridge, B.C.
V0K 2L0

PH: 250-458-2256

Home of the legendary Widow Smith apples, Spences Bridge now presents the Packing House.

Keep posted to the Explore Gold Country Events calendar for performances happening at the Packing House!

This heritage coffee house has much to offer:

Fresh roasted coffee – Great food – Daily Specials – Local Honey – Fresh fruit & veggies – Fresh baked goods – Open music stage – and more.

Open Mic the 1st Sat of the month – reservations are recommended.

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Walhachin Soldier’s Memorial Hall

4359 Central Avenue
Walhachin, B.C.

PH: 250-318-6100
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Explore this unique museum which was once a packing house and dance hall.

Open in the summer months offering souvenir tee shirts and caps, soaps from the Walhachin Soap Mill, post cards and books for sale. There are picnic benches out side so bring a lunch and make a day of it.

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