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Kamloops Art Gallery - 101-465 Victoria Street. The art gallery is home to a collection of more than 1200 artworks done by Canadian artists. The gallery is also home to a wonderful selection of changing exhibits from many international artists.

Secwepemc Museum & Heritage Park - 355 Yellowhead Highway. The heritage park is home to a fascinating archeological site which inhabited more than 2400 years ago. The museum is home to wonderful displays of native plants and an interesting replica of a salmon station.

Kamloops Museum & Archives - The museum is situated on 207 Seymour Street. The museum is home to a rang of interesting artifacts which depicts the history of the valley. Situated inside the museum is a preservation of a fur trader's cabin, a blacksmith shop and a livery stable.

The Fun Factor Fun Centre & LaserTrek Laser Tag 910 Tranquille Rd, Kamloops. www.thefunfactor.ca 250-554-5060. The Fun Factor is Kamloops Largest Fun Centre featuring laser tag, kids games, prizes, driving simulators, airhockey and much more! We are Kamloops birthday party headquarters featuring the best value for your childs party! We specialize in large events, teams, corporate bookings. The Fun Factor also rents out inflatable entertainment such as bouncy castles, bungee run, sumo suits and more!
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Kamloops Activities

Kamloops Wildlife Park - The park is home to a very interesting collection of more than 65 endangered species. Visitors can expect to see an exciting range of animals such as Siberian Tigers, cougars, wolves, grizzley bears, sheep, elk and deer. The park also features a Herpatarium, which is home to a large selection of snakes, such as Gopher Snake, Western Rattlesnake, Rubber Boa and the Common Garter. The park is also equipped with a playground featuring a miniature railroad, as well as a lovely little cafe to feed the hungry tummies..

Kamloops Rotary Skatepark - Located at the McArthur Island Park. The skatepark is one of the 4 largest of its kind in Canada, consisting of 2000 m². The park is not only aimed at professionals, but also caters for youngsters and beginners by means of the River Street Skatepark. Visitors are promised hours of fun filled entertainment for both young and old.

Kamloops Parks & Gardens

Kenna Cartwright Park - The park was established in 1996 and consists of more than 800 ha of land, making it the largest municipal park in Kamloop. The park is a nature-lovers paradise, featuring a large selection of plants and wildlife, as well as more than 40km of hiking trails. Visitors can expect to see interesting animals such as squirrel, bluebird, hawk and deer. The park is also occasionally visited by coyote and bears.

Kamloops Restaurants and Bars

Kamloops Restaurants

Ric's Mediterranean Grill - 227 Victoria Street. The restaurant features a very intriguing style of decor, consisting predominantly of warm wood furnishings. The menu consists of a combination of various types of cuisine, their specialties being a deliciously prepared Thai sirloin steak salad and Tequila lime barbecued ribs.

Pronto Restaurant - 339 St. Paul Street. The restaurant has become a very popular dining spot for those special occasions and is one of Kamloop's finest and most elegant restaurants. The menu consists predominantly of delicous seafood dishes such as grilled steelhead trout served with lemon pepper and a tomato-sherry sauce.

Forsters Restaurant - 1250 Rogers Way. Forsters is a wonderful place to indulge in a wonderful selection of traditional Canadian cuisine. The restaurant has become very popular for its deliciously prepared prime rib combined with its lively and bright atmosphere.

Kamloops children's activities

Kamloops Wildlife Park - The park is home to a very interesting collection of more than 65 endangered species. Visitors can expect to see an exciting range of animals such as Siberian Tigers, cougars, wolves, grizzley bears, sheep, elk and deer. The park also features a Herpatarium, which is home to a large selection of snakes, such as Gopher Snake, Western Rattlesnake, Rubber Boa and the Common Garter. The park is also equipped with a playground featuring a miniature railroad, as well as a lovely little cafe to feed the hungry tummies..

Kamloops Rotary Skatepark - Located at the McArthur Island Park. The skatepark is one of the 4 largest of its kind in Canada, consisting of 2000 m². The park is not only aimed at professionals, but also caters for youngsters and beginners by means of the River Street Skatepark. Visitors are promised hours of fun filled entertainment for both young and old.

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