Visitor Information Centres

Queen Charlotte Visitor Information centre

The Queen Charlotte Visitor Centre is located in heart of Daajing Giids and is a part of the official Tourism BC Visitor Centre Networks. They are open all year long; during the winter they are open Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays and in the summer, seven days a week. The Queen Charlotte Visitor Centre and it’s services are an integral part of the Islands tourism community of Haida Gwaii. Wondering where to stay or how to connect with local tour and charter companies? Do you need a map or directions to hiking trails and beautiful beaches? The staff are here to help. Head outside to the interpretive garden and picnic area to relax and take in the fresh air. 


Masset Information centre

The village of Masset operates the Northern Haida Gwaii Visitor Information Centre. Located at Mile 0 of the Yellowhead Highway at the entrance to town, the Visitor Information Centre is open from mid-June through mid-September, from 9 am to 5 pm daily. Besides providing visitors with any information they may need during their stay on Haida Gwaii, the Northern Haida Gwaii Visitor Information Centre also sells village of Masset merchandise such as baseball caps, t-shirts, and mugs, as well as various locally made products/jewellery. Other services provided are free WiFi access, public washroom, and telephone access for anyone in need to make a call.


Port Clements Museum & Information centre

Visitors to Haida Gwaii must add a stop at the Port Clements Museum to their travel itinerary. The museum is run by the Port Clements Historical Society, made up entirely of local volunteers who have a passion for preserving and sharing Gamadiis’ unique history. The museum features both outdoor and indoor displays, including its famous collection of machinery that helped to shape the town and power the industries that put Gamadiis on the map. In fact, visitors can take in more than 2,000 artifacts that have played a significant role in shaping the past of Gamadiis. Guests are invited to take an interpretive tour or browse the displays on their own. The Port Clements Museum is open daily June to September  - 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. During the rest of the year it is open Saturdays and Sundays - 2:00 - 4:00 pm.


Sandspit Visitor Information centre

Sandspit Visitor Centre is located inside the Sandspit Airport and provides information about what to see and do in the area, including the world-renowned Gwaii Haanas Haida Heritage Site, National Park Reserve, and Nation Marine Conservation Area. The Sandspit Visitor Centre staff members are locals with intimate, firsthand knowledge of the area, its culture, peoples and heritage, plus local events, like the Moresby Market, Loggers Sports Day and the Sandspit Wild Harvest Festival. In addition to information about the region, visitors are invited to spend time in the gift shop and take home a souvenir to commemorate their visit to the region. The Sandspit Visitor Centre is part of the official Tourism BC Visitor Centre Network and is operated by a not-for-profit community society.