Huble Homestead Historic Site is a turn of the century heritage attraction just 40 kilometres north of Prince George, BC.
This living history museum, located alongside the Fraser River, is currently closed for the winter, and will reopen in May 16, 2020.
Opening Spring 2020
Huble Homestead will reopen for the 2020 season on Saturday, May 16. The historic site buildings are currently closed, but the site is still available for your non-motorized activities, such as cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and photography! Enjoy a sneak peek of what we have planned for 2020!
Summer Employment Opportunities
If you are a student who enjoys interacting with the public, have an interest in history, and a passion for sharing knowledge with people of all ages, the Heritage Interpreter position at Huble Homestead might be a perfect fit! More information can be found here. The application deadline is Friday, March 20.
Living History In Class Presentations
Looking to bring a piece of Prince George history into your classroom? Our hour-long presentations are just what you're looking for! Our Education Coordinator is now booking free, in-class presentations! Book here today! More information about the presentations can be found here.
Annual General Meeting
Members or people interested in becoming members are invited to join us at our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, March 25 at 7:00 PM. Find out more here.
If you have ever wanted to work behind the scenes at a historic site we are always looking for assistance! Find out out more about volunteering here.
Planning a Wedding?
Huble Homestead Historic Site is available for weddings, and we are currently booking dates for the summer of 2020! For more information, visit our Wedding Rental page. If you'd like to inquire about date availability, please fill out our online rental inquiry form.
Huble's Children Book Series
Looking for the perfect gift for your little reader? The Huble Homestead children's book series has two titles currently available for purchase: Mrs. Huble Grows a Garden and Mr. Seebach and the New Store! The collection also includes Mr. Huble Builds a House; all of the books feature beautiful watercolour illustrations by Prince George artist June Swanky Parker, and puts local history in the hands of kids for just $10 each! Get your own copy today.
Learning the Dakelh Language
The Yinka Déné Language Institute has created an extensive online resource for those wanting to learn more about the Dakelh language, which includes an electronic dictionary of Lheidli dialect. We have found it be an invaluable resource, especially as we work on developing our education programs!