This off the beaten track national historic site is park of the golden raven network, they don't charge for entry just ask for donations.
First: the staff are all super friendly despite being in period costume which on this hot day must have been roasting!
They have plenty to look at and offer guided tours. There's ducks, chickens, award winning rabbits, sheep and this is in addition to the beautiful starlings nesting in the equipment shed. On the road out you will see cows and horses which adds to the delight if you have a toddler on board!
You can stop in the trading post and buy vintage candy (reasonably priced, and no taxes!) to keep the kids quiet for the 30 min drive back to Prince George.
Only off putting thing was in the main house there were literally a million flies! It was gross and stopped my 11yo enjoying the period features of the house- she commented there must be a body in the attic or something.
Awesome afternoon out, plenty of space for small ones to run around (river is fenced off :D ) and enough to keep the pre-teen interested in how good she has it now!
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