Thanks for visiting Nelson and Area this summer
Start booking your Nelson and Area and BC holidays for summer and fall. Be sure to check on cancellation and refund policies. For now, #ExploreBCLocal.
Enjoy your stay. Eat, drink, shop and have fun in Nelson and area, but be courteous and stay safe.
Social distance and respect protocols in place at local business.
Nelson and Area businesses have been busy establishing safe dining and retail practices with Covid-19 protocols in place . These restaurants, pubs, craft breweries, coffeeshops and retail businesses are being enjoyed by locals, sitting on outdoor decks and patios enjoying a beverage or a nice meal after shopping. Nelson is certainly Open for Business, and look forward to seeing you this summer and fall.
You will need a place to stay and we are happy to report that accommodations in Nelson and Area and throughout the Province are looking forward to welcoming you this summer. Please confirm with the accommodation directly.
See our https://www.discovernelson.com/nelson-bc-directory/accommodation/ for a list of options including hotels, cabins, resorts, wilderness lodges, bed & breakfasts, and campgrounds
The Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce is proud to operate the Nelson and Area Visitor Centre located near the west entrance of Nelson at 91 Baker Street in the Railtown District.
The Visitor Centre has taken all necessary safety precautions and are following Worksafe BC and the Public Health Officers Safe Business protocols, and we look forward to seeing you.
If you are looking to connect with a local tourism expert, check out our welcoming visitor centre located in the Chambers restored heritage train station at 91 Baker. When you are exploring the region stop in Nelson drop by into the Visitor Centre for accurate information, local gems, and expertise or call 250-352-3433.
Canada US Border
The Canadian border remains closed for recreational tourism, so we are asking our international visitors to dream now and explore BC later when the time is right. While the border remains open for essential travel purposes, any visitor who arrives from outside of Canada must quarantine for 14 days.
While there is currently no date set for the reopening of the border, as soon as we know, we’ll share that info here. We look forward to welcoming you as soon as we can.
See the Canadian Border Services Agency website for the latest updates.
If you are travelling from other Western Provinces we look forward to seeing you. Please enjoy the enjoy, and respect the local business protocols in place at local businesses that are designed for everyone’s safety.