Prince Of Wales Fort6 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Prince of Wales Fort, Churchill, MB R0B 0E0, Canada
- Timings: 09:30 am - 03:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2046758863
- Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Fort
A fantastic spot with a fabulous view! Prince of Wales Fort has all reasons to make you plan a visit. This is the place from where you can see beautiful sunset and northern lights stretching across the skies. The fort is mainly a historical landmark across the Churchill river. This “star” shaped fort will give you goosebumps with its majesty. You can hop on a boat to the fort and enjoy the watching whales on the route. The winds flowing on the Hudson Bay are enough to comfort your heart. You can also plan a visit to the nearby places such as Wapusk National Park and York Factory National Historical Site from the fort.
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Prince Of Wales Fort Reviews & Ratings
I'm biased here as I used to live in Churchill. Having admitted that, this fort is an incredible part of Canadian history. Parks Canada has made it more accessible than ever and you should take the time out of your life to visit.
Amazing tour, great heritage. Affordable prices! Surreal experience! I highly recommend.
Epic 300 year-old fort on the shores of Hudson Bay. Only for bold adventurers ;-)
Amazing fort with an amazing view. Our group also had the immense of staying in the Fort overnight. Sunset, polar bears, and Northern Lights stretching across the sky. Would come back in a heartbeat!
Born and raised in the Churchill, Fort Churchill area from 1965 and made a few trips to the fort usually with school groups. It was pretty cool for a little kid back in the 70's, so as long as Hortons hasn't moved in, anybody who appreciates history will like a visit to Fort Prince of Wales (as we knew it was called for ever)