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  • 1

    Butchart Gardens

    66 reviews

    If you like flowers, manicured gardens and that sort of thing you'll love this place. Its a great place to take your grandparents - they'll love it and you might too.

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  • 2

    The Parliament Building

    44 reviews

    Went here on a cruise for half a day - the building is beautiful (I happened to go when it was lit with lights just like the picture) and there are little street performers all around it. The only thing I didn't like were some of the people. While the ship was stationed there, we had many people shouting that ...

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  • 3

    Royal BC Museum

    35 reviews

    large museum with many great attractions! worth going at least once too also minutes from the condo

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  • 4

    Beacon Hill Park

    29 reviews

    Beacon Hill park is a very short walk from the inner harbour. This is one of the nicest parks I have ever visited. Very well maintained with lot of fountains, flower gardens, many ponds, golf, a petting zoo, a nice view of the strait etc. I later learned that there is a cricket field as well which we didn't visit. ...

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  • 5

    BC Ferries

    27 reviews

    Decent, efficient and comfortable ferry service between Vancouver and Victoria and Port Angeles.

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  • 6

    Chinatown

    21 reviews

    It's a place where you can fell about Chinese culture, enjoy the food and souveniers.

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  • 7

    Inner Harbour

    19 reviews

    Victoria Harbour is a harbour, seaport, and seaplane airport. It also serves as a cruise ship and ferry destination for tourists and visitors to the City and Vancouver Island. Historically it was a shipbuilding and commercial fishing centre. Several port facilities in the harbour are overseen and developed by the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority, however the Harbour Master's position is ...

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  • 8

    Craigdarroch Castle

    18 reviews

    Gayle and i walked out to Craigdarroch Castle during our last day in Victoria. It's a pleasant stroll from Downtown and as a bonus, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is on the way. We also stayed off busy Fort Street and toured the residential neighbourhoods and viewed some beautiful homes going both ways. What do you if you're Coal ...

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  • 9

    Fisherman's Wharf

    19 reviews

    1 Dallas Road. Enjoy Fish and Chips at Fisherman's Wharf or Blue Fish Red Fish at Ship's Point.

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  • 10

    British Columbia Parliament Buildings

    16 reviews

    501 Belleville St. Open to the public. Free guided tours available.

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  • 11

    Victoria Bug Zoo

    15 reviews

    The kids just love the Victoria Bug Zoo. We've taken our grandchildren there and they had so much (sometimes creepy, crawly...but never scary) fun. In fact, we enjoyed it too and learned a lot about bugs.

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  • 12

    Munro's Books

    11 reviews

    Munro's Books has been described as "the most magnificent bookstore in Canada, possibly in North America." Maybe so! On top of that, Gayle and I both had flashbacks of walking into Livraria Lello in Porto as we walked in here. All bookstores should look this good and classy. Munro's books sits inside nicely restored neo-classical building that was designed for ...

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  • 13

    Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

    12 reviews

    GREAT COLLECTION OF EMILY CARR

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  • 14

    Fan Tan Alley

    12 reviews

    Victoria's Chinatown was established in 1858, when the first Chinese arrived as gold seekers and railroad workers. It's a pretty compact 6-block district and remains a fascinating peek into a well-hidden and fascinating heritage. Part of the Victoria Chinatown presence is Fan Tan Alley. Some say it's the Canada's narrowest street and is no more than 4 feet wide at ...

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  • 15

    Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

    9 reviews

    Tofino is awesome! Laid back surf community with all the nature you can handle. A must on your bucket list

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  • 16

    St. Andrew's Cathedral

    10 reviews

    For those of the Catholic faith this is your place of worship. Just 2 blocks away along Blanshard Street.

  • 17

    Bastion Square

    11 reviews

    A lively gathering place filled with galleries and sidewalk restaurants.

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  • 18

    Centennial Square

    11 reviews

    Not the place that makes me the most proud in Victoria but definitely a place of significant events worth checking out like the annual lighting of the Christmas tree.

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  • 19

    Victoria Public Market at the Hudson

    7 reviews

    This is my new favourite place to eat and food shop! So many great and different choices. You will have a ball here. Be sure and check out Oilve the Senses within the market. The fabulous combinations of infused oils and balsamic vinegars are my latest addiction. They make salad a real treat rather than a sacrifice. Let me know ...

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  • 20

    Thunderbird Park

    8 reviews

    675 Belleville st. Collection of totem poles.

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