Cottonwood House Images Video
Images of one of the last "Roadhouses" remaining in British Columbia. Music by Bill Dobinson. Produced by Marianne Dobinson.
West Coast Escapes Video
Constructed on the Cariboo Wagon Road between 1864 and 1865, Cottonwood House served gold rush travelers headed for Barkerville or making their way out to Quesnel and other destinations North and South. We show you where to stay and how to take a trip back 150 years.
Cottonwood House Shaw Cable Video
A brief tour of Cottonwood House and a wagon ride down the Cariboo Wagon Road
The official website of Barkerville Historic Town the largest historic site in North America provides complete planning information for tourists.
Hat Creek Ranch
11 Kilometers North of Cache Creek.
Heritage BC provides articles about important issues for the heritage conservation community in British Columbia.
Living Landscapes was created by the Royal British Columbia Museum as a regional outreach program involving intensive cooperation with other museums, First Nations, educators, naturalists, and other agencies. Our goal is to encourage and facilitate the exploration and appreciation of the human and natural history of British Columbia from regional perspectives.
Living Landscapes – Short History of Cottonwood House
Learn about the relationship of Cottonwood House with the Gold Rush of the Cariboo and the impact of World War Two on Cottonwood House.
Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations – Heritage Branch
BC Heritage web page
One of the top community museums in BC, Quesnel Museum and Archives has over 30415 artifacts and archival items. Through a range of exhibits you will experience the trials and triumphs of daily farming, logging and mining life in BC.
Time Travel BC
Time Travel BC is an online British Columbia history and heritage tourism guide that offers plenty of things to do for families all over the province.
Visitors guide to the Quesnel and the North Cariboo.