Things to do in Victoria
Special Offers For Our Guests
National Geographic IMAX
|Whale Watching Package|
|Butchart Gardens Package|
1st annual Esquimalt Celebration of Lights Car Show and Dance September 15, 2012
Fun things to see and do:
Check out our friends at South Vancouver Island Mountain Bike Society for great ideas.
Great deal to Butterfly Gardens, Sea Cider Farm Tasting or Shaw Ocean Discovery and get the Peninsula Attractions Connector shuttle for Free.
The Boulders Climbing Gym
Check out this amazing 4500 square feet of climbing space, with lead climbing, more top roping and lots of gut-twisting and overhung bouldering only terrain. The Boulders Climbing Gym is located at Stelly’s High School.
Victoria Concerts & Events:
Check out our list of some exciting events to come
Adrena LINE Zipline Adventure Tours
Is the premier adventure experience on Vancouver Island. There is no better way to spend a day than zipping through a west coast rainforest with professionally trained guides.
Victoria Harbour Ferry – 2012 season schedule will begin March 3rd 2012.
We will continue to offer charter & group services throughout the year. For information on booking a charter or group tour please go to: Charters & Group Booking
Enjoy the scenic Pacific Northwest with this great trip idea.
The Royal BC Museum
The Royal BC Museum has highly and inviting exhibits, 1 new exciting exhibition coming this year - in December The Wildlife Photographer of the Year is a travelling exhibition from the Natural History Museum in London, England.
Centre of the Universe (Astronomy Interpretive Centre)
Return to your childhood with their wonderful little attractions
Galloping Goose Trail
Walk, jog, cycle the trail & enjoy getting back to nature
Chemainus Dinner Theatre
Lots to see and enjoy
The Maritime Museum of BC
Come & explore an exciting world of Maritime History!
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Enjoy the many paintings & sculpture arts
Emily Carr House
Remarkable paintings, pottery and sculptures
Fort Rodd Hill
Historic Military Encampment
Best Dog walking:
Parker Beach (Cordova Bay) off-leash year round . Long stretch of beach. Be aware of eagles if you have very small dogs.
Willows Beach – dogs allowed (off-leash) Oct 1 to Apr 30. Check the webcam to see what the tide is doing: http://www.bigwavedave.ca/webcams.php?cam=7
Wineries in Victoria:
Wineries in Cowichan Valley:
Pet Friendly info:
For more information on what to do in and around Victoria BC, check with our front desk staff & ask for our Local Accent magazine.