Come to Downtown Prince George and enjoy what we have to offer. Grab a coffee from Starbucks (inside the Ramada) or step across the street to Zoe’s Java House or Ritual Coffee Bar before you venture over to the Prince George Farmers’ Market to grab your fresh produce and bread for the week.
From the Prince George Public Library, to the Four Seasons Leisure Pool, and Two Rivers Gallery (don’t forget about Sunday Open Studio!) Everything is close enough to all do in one day. But, with so many things to do, you will want to bring your family down all the time.
Downtown Prince George is waiting for you and your family to explore!
Visit our Downtown Events Page to find out about festivals, events and entertainment.
Live Music Downtown. Follow some of your favourite restaurants to find out what kind of entertainment you can enjoy downtown. We know everyone always enjoys the live entertainment when dining at Nancy O’s and The Black Clover. The Firm Lounge and Grill is new to the restaurant scene and everyone loves to go out dancing at the Royal Canadian Legion on 6th Avenue.
Downtown Art Walking Tour. Prince George has a growing public collection featuring works created by local artists and pieces from sculptors and painters from across British Columbia and Canada.
Two Rivers Gallery is the City’s premier art gallery that aims to encourage life-long learning through the arts, create an environment for artistic and cultural expression, and provide experiences through participation and exhibition.
This civic facility is operated by the non-profit Prince George Art Gallery Associatio
Knock down the pins at Nechako Bowling Lanes or Black Diamond Bowling & Billiards. Challenge your mind, solve puzzles, and unlock clues at Exit PG. Explore the Two Rivers Gallery, join the story time at the Prince George Public Library or at Books and Company.
Spend a delightful and social Saturday in our downtown. Grab a coffee from Starbucks or wander over to Zoe’s Java House or the Ritual Coffee Bar before you venture over to the Prince George Farmer’s Market for fresh produce or bread. Browse for antiques at the A Butler’s Market and then head to the patio at CrossRoad’s Brewing to enjoy a craft beer and great food. If brunch is your style, you won’t be disappointed with the menus at Nancy O’s, Betulla Burning or the Whitespot. Save room for dinner with over 25 downtown restaurants to choose from.