George Little House

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Terrace was inhabited by indigenous people for thousands of years and it was only in the beginning of the 20th Century when George Little, an Ontarian settled here and became the first settler outside the First Nations tribe. George Little House was the home of this man and his family for a long time. Dating back to 1914, this historic building was originally in a different location but was moved to its present site by the rail line. Now restored to its original glory, this lovely structure is a versatile place for the community. It is not only a historical building but also a railway station, a tourist information center and a First Nations gallery. Take a tour of this place, check out the arts and crafts, buy some or take whatever information you need to explore the area. You cannot miss this place.

Location:  3100 Kalum Street