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631 Courtney St, Victoria, BC V8W 1B8, Canada
If you've ever wanted to know what it feels like to have a giant grasshopper crawl over your face, hold a scorpion in the palm of your hands, or wear a centipede mustache, this is your chance. If you're content simply watching the butterflies...
1624 Government St, Victoria, BC V8W 1Z3, Canada
Silk Road Tea was established in 1992 by accomplished tea expert Daniela Cubelic. She creates some of the world's finest organic teas as well as skin-care products made of plant-based essential oils and biodegradable ingredients. With a tearoom...
675 Belleville St, Victoria, BC V8W 9W2, Canada
Discover more about the natural and human history of British Columbia at the Royal BC Museum. Plan to spend time in the fascinating First Nations section, which documents the traditional way of life for the Coast Salish peoples that changed...
501 Belleville St, Victoria, BC V8V 2L8, Canada
Victoria is the legislative home of British Columbia and you can take a free guided tour of the government building to find out more of the history of the province, uncover the secrets of the building’s neo-baroque architecture, and understand BC’...
British Columbia V0R 3A0, Canada
This reserve protects three separate national treasures: the spectacular Broken Group Islands, the 16-kilometer (10-mile) sandy beach of Vancouver Island’s Wickaninnish Bay and Canada’s legendary West Coast Trail. The 75-kilometer (47-mile) trail...
189 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC V8V 1A1, Canada
At sunset the night market opens on the harbour front, illuminated by the lights on the Parliament building across the water. Favourites include gourmet chocolate, organic honey, handmade soaps, and organic cotton satchels. Another Canadian...
603 Fort Rodd Hill Rd, Victoria, BC V9C 2W8, Canada
The Fisgard Lighthouse is the perfect combination of history, outdoor adventuring, and enchanting views. The lighthouse is over a hundred and fifty years old, and visitors are encouraged to come inside and read about the life of the Fisgard...
100 Cook St, Victoria, BC V8V, Canada
Just behind the Legislative Building and the Royal Canadian Museum is Beacon Hill Park. It's a 200-acre park that's on the shore of the Strait of Juan De Fuca. It was named after two navigational beacons that stood on the highest point in the...
Aldwynd Rd, Victoria, BC V9B 3S7, Canada
On Saturdays in the summer, Goldstream Farmer’s Market is the place to find local goods. This community-focused event is full of handmade and homegrown products ranging from fresh produce to local crafts. They often have live entertainment as...
50 Bastion Square, Victoria, BC V8W 1J2, Canada
Rebar has been providing delicious and nutritious food and fresh juices to Victorians and visitors since 1988. The predominantly vegetarian menu is so popular, that Rebar published an award-winning cookbook in 2001. A few of my favourite lunch...
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