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INDULGE + DISCOVER IN 48 HOURS

Get the best of Kamloops' art, culture and flavours scene all in 48 hours.

 

DAY ONE

Afternoon

Check into your hotel of choice and make your way to downtown Kamloops. 

Enjoy dinner at a local hotspot like Terra Restaurant, Mittz Kitchen or Brownstone Restaurant. If a brewpub is more your style, visit the Noble Pig Brewhouse to pair your scratch-kitchen meal with an expertly crafted beer.

Evening

Visit the outdoor back alley murals gallery between 2nd and 4th Avenue on Victoria Street. Next, make your way to Riverside Park and walk along the South Thompson River on the Rivers Trail. This flat, paved walking path delivers warm evening hues and may include crimson views of Mt. Peter and Mt. Paul.

 

DAY TWO

Morning

Enjoy a hearty breakfast at a local favourite like Hello Toast or if you’re looking for a vegan option, The Art We Are is a delectable choice. 

Arrange a pickup at your hotel from a wine tour company to visit Kamloops’ 4 wineries. Tastefull Excursions, DiVine Tours, Wine Lovers Tours or Tailgate Tours will enrich you with the history of Kamloops’ unique characters and landscape on route to each location.

Grab local produce and treats at either the Wednesday or Saturday Kamloops Farmers Market to enjoy a picnic on the patio while you sip your wine.

Afternoon

A visit to the Kamloops Museum and Archives will take you on a journey through the city’s rich history.

Evening

Listen to live music with dinner and a show at Match Eatery & Public House in the Cascades Casino. If pub eats aren’t your appetite, try a juicy Canadian tenderloin steak at the neighbouring restaurant, ATLAS Steak + Fish.

 

DAY THREE

Morning

Immerse yourself in the Indigenous culture and story at the Secwepemc Museum and Heritage Park. Take a guided tour through the remains of the 2,000 year old winter pit houses and learn about the residential school system and how it impacted local first nations.

One last stop before you hit the open road, grab yourself a cappuccino from Caffe Motivo.

 

 

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