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Huble Homestead Historic Site is a turn of the century heritage attraction located 40 kilometres north of Prince George, BC, on Lheidli T'enneh keyoh.

This living history museum, located alongside the Fraser River, will reopen Spring 2022.

News

April 2020

OPENING
SPRING 2022

Huble Homestead Historic Site opens on May 21, 2022.

Closed for the Season

Huble Homestead Historic Site is now closed for the winter months, and will reopen Spring 2022. The public may still visit the historic site grounds, but the buildings and General Store will not be open. 

Located 40km north of Prince George, visitors can travel north on Highway 97, then turn right on Mitchell Road to continue another 6 kilometres down a well-maintained gravel road. Dogs are allowed on site, but please remember to bring a leash and to pick up after your pet.

Shop Online

Interested in shopping local, and supporting Huble Homestead? The General Store may be closed but you still have the opportunity to shop Huble gifts and souvenirs through our online store! Check out our selection of publications, or give the gift of membership to another Huble enthusiast in your life. If you have something specific in mind that you don’t see in the webstore, please don't hesitate to get in touch

Huble's Children Book Series

It's been a long time coming, and we're thrilled to announce the fourth title in the Huble Homestead children's book series: Ceepee and the Fish Camp! This children's history book celebrates Lheidli history and incorporates vocabulary in Dakelh, the traditional language of the Lheidli people. Find out more here!

Enjoy other three titles of the Huble Homestead children's book series online. Start the series with Mr. Huble Builds a House and continue your journey with Mrs. Huble Grows a Garden and Mr. Seebach and the New Store! If you're interested in purchasing a copy of either copy they are just $10.00 each! Get your own today.

View the Huble Diaries Online!

Albert Huble's diaries from 1909 to 1919 are now available to be viewed online! This invaluable resource is now part of our online collections database. If you're interested in viewing an unmarked copy, please don't hesitate to reach out

Access our Online Collections Database

If you've ever wanted to sneak a closer peek at our collections, you'll be thrilled to find out our collections database is now available online! In fact, you'll soon be able to access information from all of our Northern Routes partners. This joint venture is now live, and can be accessed here. This database will be an ongoing project as more artifacts are uploaded, so be sure to check back frequently!

Education Kits Available

Are you a teacher looking to integrate more local history into your lesson plan? Our education kits might be exactly what you're looking for! Our kits have been edited by our staff to ensure that the research is up-to-date and that the content is relevant to BC's new curriculum goals. Find out more about them here!

Memberships

Renew your membership to the Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Heritage Society online! Memberships start at $10.00, and can be gifted. Find out more here!

History at Home

Enjoy a slice of Huble in your own HOMEstead by downloading some of our resources

"The Worst Plague Since the Black Death"

We have created an online exhibit about the 1918 Influenza Pandemic which examines the impact it had on the city of Prince George and the First Nations population. Be sure to explore the links at the bottom if you're interested in learning more about the pandemic in Northern British Columbia. Explore the exhibit here!

Volunteer Opportunities

If you have ever wanted to work behind the scenes at a historic site we are always looking for assistance. We have some virtual volunteering opportunities available: find out out more here.

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!