Now is not the time to travel and we must all do our part to stay home to flatten the curve. While you can't travel to Kamloops today, we've highlighted seven digital experiences for you to enjoy at home. We hope you find inspiration for future travel and when it's safe to do so, Kamloops will be ready to welcome you.
Kamloops Wine Trail Live Tastings
Tune in on Instagram Live with the Kamloops Wine Trail team on April 29 with Privato Vineyard & Winery and May 6 with Harper's Trail Winery both at 5pm. Order their wines online, or pick one up from your local Save on Foods to sip along with them.
Join local head chef David Toombs of Terra Restaurant for a virtual cooking class and learn how to make gnocchi.
BC Wildlife Park
Learn about the resident animals at the BC Wildlife Park that have been rescued and/or going through rehabilitation. The Park's team will continue to share photos and videos of behind the scenes clips and to provide education about the variety of wild species.
Kamloops Museum & Archives
Get a sneak peek at the Kamloops Museum and Archives’ galleries, children’s museum, and more through their virtual museum tour. The Kamloops Museum and Archives is dedicated to preserving the past, interpreting the present, and informing the future in the Thompson-Nicola region.
Western Canada Theatre
Although we couldn't enjoy the Western Canada Theatres' production of Chelsea Hotel, the artists sang a virtual concert of their favourite Leonard Cohen songs.
2141 Steam Train
While we can't physically see the 2141 'Spirit of Kamloops' steam train, climb aboard a 3D model of the heritage 2141 that was built in 1912.