The Diavik Diamond Mine

The Diavik Diamond Mine is in the Far in the Northwest Territories of Canada lies into the roots of ancient volcanoes beneath the arctic waters of Lac de Gras in search of diamonds that is 300 kilometres northeast of Yellowknife. Beautiful and good thing to visit The Diavik Diamond Mine is that the Diavik Diamond Mine is its location in one of the most remote Read More

Yellowknife Cultural Crossroads

Yellowknife Cultural Crossroads is the roadway leading to Old Town and Latham Island in Yellowknife with set of sculptures that decorate a stone hill that presets beautiful and amazing piece of painting. At Yellowknife Cultural Crossroads Visitors can enjoy the great combination of carving, statues and paintings including a mouse Read More

Legislative Assembly

Legislative Assembly is the wonderful building in the capital city of Yellowknife that is one of the newest legislatures in Canada and is probably one of the most unique. Legislative Assembly is shaped like a traditional snow house which is almost hidden in a natural stand of spruce and jackpine. Legislative Assembly is very unique circular Read More

The Yellowknife Golf Club

The Yellowknife Golf Club was the first that brought the game to Yellowknife in 1948 that is Stretched across a scenic rock and sand course. Visitors may enjoy the facilitating amenities of The Yellowknife Golf Club including a pro shop, club and cart rentals, driving range and clubhouse with food and bar service. Activities that are conducted at The Yellowknife Golf Club include a Junior Program, Ladies’ Night Read More

The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre

The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre was established in 1971 that is the Government of the Northwest Territories’ museum. The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre presents representation of the cultures and history of the Northwest Territories. The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre has objects, specimens and works of art that represent all cultures and regions Read More