Victoria Things to Do

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  • 1. Chinatown

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Such as any bigger cities the Chinese always has their own community and town and once you stroll around you'll have the feeling that you are in China In Victoria walking in China town is totally...

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  • 2. Butchart Gardens

    The Butchart Gardens are amazing! We only had a couple of hours to spend and definitely could have spent an entire day roaming the gardens, dining in the gardens and watching their evening...

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  • 3. Inner Harbour

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ask for someone named Darren Beasley. He will take you on a fishing trip out in the harbour. We had a great fishing experience here. He was great at taking us to spots where there was plenty of fish...

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  • 4. Fisherman's Wharf

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    FIsherman's Wharf is Victoria's hidden treasure waiting for discovery! It's so close to downtown, and has a vibrant atmosphere with funky floathomes, fishing vessels and marine life! You get a front...

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  • 5. Craigdarroch Castle

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Plutocrat's mansion, smack dab in the center of the residential district of Victoria. 20,000 square feet, with 39 rooms. Built for Sir Robert Dunsmuir, a rail and coal magnate. The mansion was one of...

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  • 6. Legislature Buildings

    The Parliament buildings are build for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. First construction started in 1893 and lasted till 1897. On February 10, 1898 the building was official...

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  • 7. Empress Hotel

    This is a very famous hotel everyone knows about it except me, well, I was joking of course I've heard about this hotel. The location of the hotel is in (government street) causeway which is the most...

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  • 8. Royal British Columbia Museum

    Just a short walk from the center, the museum lies on a beautiful urban park has many acres of gardens, ponds, trails. Victoria is compact easy to navigate on foot and if you intend to visit from one...

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  • 9. Walking

    As we stroll around and came to this place, very interesting square lies in a peaceful area, less crowd from the city, pretty nice square with small fountain, seems like a place for local to relaxed...

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  • 10. Whale Watching

    The Zodiac Adventure Tour by the Prince of Whales company is far out the best known trip you can make for whale watching. The boat seats 12 persons and the trip lasts 3 hours. Tickets are around CAD...

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  • 11. Beacon Hill Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    While the entire Beacon Hill Park is very pleasant, especially along the ocean, the highlight for my daughter was the petting zoo at the Children's Farm within. It is open daily between 10:00 and...

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  • 12. Thunderbird Park

    The park just in front of the museum complex, this park is one of the highlights of any visit in Victoria for it Totem pole. Here you will find many different types of totem poles and other monuments...

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  • 13. Royal London Wax Museum

    Have a picture taken with Lady Di!! As it houses all British Royalty as well as writers, leaders, cartoon characters, singers, etc. They are real-sized and are very detailed. It's horror area can be...

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  • 14. Bastion Square

    4 out of 5 stars

    It is said it's the most haunted place of Victoria. My English school was located there but I didn't see anything unusual during the time I was there. In Bastion Square you find the Maritime Museum,...

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  • 15. Miniature World

    4 out of 5 stars

    It is located next to the Empress hotel. According to its brochure, its highlights are the world's largest dollhouse and the world's longest model railroad. Other exhibits include miniature scenes of...

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  • 16. Bus Tours

    The city tour via the double decker bus. The tour drives by parts of the cities historic places, like Chinatown, city centres, The Uppland Neighborhood, Victoria Golf Club, Oak bay, and scenic Marine...

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  • 17. Market Square

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Market Square was the seedy side of Victoria in the late 1800s when sailors and gold prospectors came to seek fortune and fun of the unwholesome variety. It was in stark contrast to Victoria's...

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  • 18. Fort Rodd Hill

    Step inside a real working lighthouse - Canada's oldest west coast lighthouse - where colourful displays tell of ships wrecked and lives saved. Stroll along the ramparts of three coastal gun batteries...

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  • 19. Government House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    As the Ceremonial Home of British Columbia, Government House contains the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, the representative of Her Majesty The Queen of Canada. As an official residence,...

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  • 20. Undersea Gardens

    This is a really cool way to catch a glimpse of the sea life surrounding Victoria and the Pacific Northwest...its a water tight building accessed off of Belleville Street on the Inner Harbor...the...

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  • 21. Maritime Museum of British Columbia

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Maritime Museum is a great museum to visit if you are a maritime fan. Not only fixed maritime objects are on display, but the museum has new exhibitions changing from time to time. What to think...

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  • 22. Crystal Gardens

    Surprisingly our visit started with us having to help chasing some bird back up where it belonged, which already it made it interesting. We had done a lot of walking that day and we enjoyed being able...

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  • 23. Butterfly Gardens

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    As Anne and Sue were visiting the Butchart gardens, they decided to make a day of it and check out the Victoria Butterfly Gardens as well. The Butterfly Gardens house hundreds of varieties of...

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  • 24. Annie Hathaway's Cottage

    Step back in time to visit the full size version of William Shakespeare's wife birthplace, located amidst the 5 acres of the English Inn & Resort country garden estate. The thatched cottage is...

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  • 25. Horse Drawn Carriages

    This company does Carriage Tours, however they are pricey. A wagon tour, with a pair of draft horses lasts 45 minutes and 2007 prices, according to the website are Adults $15 - Seniors $12 - Students...

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