Things to do for Foodies in Victoria 

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    21 reviews

    Victoria's Chinatown is soooo unique, interesting and fun. There are lots of stores with lots of interesting items to buy, and many excellent restaurants. You will enjoy this immensely.

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  • 2

    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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    Fisherman's Wharf

    18 reviews

    On the outer edge of the Inner Harbour, you can best access it by harbour Ferry and enjoy some of the best fish at Barb's Fish and Chips right on the wharf.

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    Inner Harbour

    18 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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  • 5

    Yates Market

    6 reviews

    The best little grocery store downtown and they deliver!

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  • 6

    Bastion Square

    10 reviews

    Bastion Square was part of original Fort Victoria, currently encompasses several buildings, and is part of a lively outdoor market during the summer. It's a pleasant public space and the main square is home to the Maritime Museum (a former 1889 Court House). Also noteworthy is the Law Chambers building, which was designed by Francis Rattenbury (of Fairmont Empress and ...

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  • 7

    Clive's Classic Lounge

    3 reviews

    Geoff has a penchant for great cocktails and often sits at the bar and enjoys whatever the bartender will create. This place has been voted one of the top ten cocktail lounges in the world! Great food too.

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    Ogden Point Cafe

    2 reviews

    Walking the Breakwater is on out Top 10 favourite things to do here and while you there, stop in Ogden Point Cafe. The atmosphere is the key here, food is average, location is great.

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  • 9

    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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  • 10

    Victoria Harbour Ferry

    6 reviews

    This is one of the best way's to get around from your home in Victoria. One of their stops is a 3 minute walk from the vacation home. they go to all the best places in the harbour, including the restaurants Glo, Canoe Club, Barb's Fish and Chips and Spinnakers.

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  • 11

    Beacon Hill Park

    28 reviews

    Got young children? Then you'll want to visit this park. A water park at one end, a play park at the other with a petting zoo in between. The gardens are beautiful, with waterfalls and fountains. There are some great walks around and a putting green. Big trees and lots of flowers. Opposite on Douglas Street is our famous Beacon ...

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  • 12

    Butchart Gardens

    65 reviews

    One's of the most beautiful places I have ever seen in my life. There you can find most of the principals gardens around the World. Italian, French, Japanise...

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  • 13

    BC Ferries

    27 reviews

    If you ever find yourself in Vancouver, I highly recommend taking BC ferries for a day trip - somewhere, anywhere. Pick one of their destinations and go. The views from BC ferries on a sunny day are unbelievably beautiful.

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  • 14

    The Parliament Building

    42 reviews

    Incredible building where you can do public visitation inside the Parliament.

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  • 15

    Royal BC Museum

    33 reviews

    The Royal BC Museum is located within steps of Victoria's Inner Harbour (between the Fairmont Empress and the Legislative Assembly Buildings) and was well worth the price of Gayle and my admission. The Museum anchors the Royal BC Museum Cultural Precinct, a surrounding area with historical sites and monuments, including Thunderbird Park and the The Netherlands Carillon (the largest in ...

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  • 16

    Craigdarroch Castle

    17 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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  • 17

    British Columbia Parliament Buildings

    16 reviews

    THE BEST 8TH GRADE CIVICS LESSON EVER! The British Columbia Parliament Buildings in Victoria are home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. The Neo-Baroque buildings face North on the Inner Harbour and diagonally across from The Empress Hotel. A statue of Queen Victoria stands on the front lawn as well a statue of a soldier to commemorate the Province's ...

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  • 18

    Victoria Bug Zoo

    13 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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  • 19

    Munro's Books

    10 reviews

    One of the most beautiful bookstores in Canada, hands-down.

  • 20

    Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

    11 reviews

    Add Inspiration to Your Life! And it's only a short walk down the hill from Craigdarroch or the other way from Downtown. Gayle and I stopped by during our recent trip to Victoria. Opened in 1951, the Art Gallery of Greater Victory gallery possesses notable works by artists such as Emily Carr, and has one of Canada's most significant collections ...

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