Collections + Galleries
George Phillips Exhibit Gallery
The George Phillips Exhibit Gallery hosts travelling and locally curated in-house exhibits embracing a vast array of topics.
The George Phillips Exhibit Gallery hosts travelling and locally curated in-house exhibits embracing a vast array of topics. It is a perfect legacy for a man who brought the world to our community by inviting us to look closely at our history while dreaming about our collective future.
Current & Upcoming
Click below to discover what is currently on exhibit and what is coming up in the GPEG. We can’t wait to explore with you!
“A museum can be an important part of a healthy community, a place where people of all ages and origins can take short refuge and contemplate the incredible pace of change that we all must cope with these days.”
Go Back in time and explore our past exhibits
2015 Winter & Spring – Ice Age Mammals
Ice Age Mammals is a national travelling exhibition that explores the hot topic of climate change. Find out all about the last ice age; the mammals that survived and those that didn't.
2012 Let’s Go! Animals in Motion
Are you ready to run, jump, crawl, climb and even "swim" or "fly" like animals do? Then come and wander along the trails that make up this exhibition that's teeming with life.
BC Design History Travelling Exhibition
The exhibition explores works of functional design, craft and applied arts in British Columbia from earliest times to present.
Imagine a Universe that never changed. Boring! From fleas to galaxies, everything always changes. Our climate is no exception.
This exhibit is a collection from the First Nations groups that make up the Athapaskan language and cultural group.
The History Hall provides a many-faceted experience and has been designed to offer something for everyone.
Pacific Great Eastern Railway
The Pacific Great Eastern Railway, and its successor BCRail, have always been a source of comedy and controversy for British Columbians...
And the Bride Wore White
Historic Wedding dresses from Prince George.
…In the best possible light
Wally West, Master photographer, captured Prince George’s community spirit on film.