One of North America's most popular gardens. Stroll through theme
gardens linked by spacious lawns, streams and lily ponds. This splendid 55 acre
floral display has captivated thousands of people for over 80 years.
Victoria Butterfly Gardens
Walk with free-flying butterflies in an indoor tropical rainforest full of
exotic plants and birds in Victoria, BC.
A few blocks away is the city's largest and best loved park.
180 acres of rare Garry Oak meadow, beds of unusual perennials, ocean vistas,
wild roses, tame roses, hundred year old rhododendrons and much more. Watch a
game of cricket, listen to free summer concerts, or jog along Dallas Road cliffs
past hang gliders, duck pond yachtsmen, and wind surfers. Eagles and Great Blue
Herons nest here and peacocks roam freely. There's even a petting zoo!
House Gardens - Year around enjoy a serinity of the gardens
and grounds, which cover some 36 acres.
Located on the grounds of Royal Roads University and open to the
general public. Hatley Park is also home to Hatley Castle
"The garden that love built". This once private
garden is now open to the public.
Center of the Pacific West Coast
Garden displays by avid volunteer gardeners.
Invite you to visit some of the unique private gardens that
have been developed by local gardeners. Customized tours for groups of all sizes.
Special group packages available.
British Columbia Museum
Visitors from all over the world are impressed
with this human and natural history museum. It includes and outstanding collection
of Northwest Native art.
Gallery of Greater Victoria
One of Canada's finest art museums, with
primary emphasis on Canada and Japan.
Seat of the provincial government restored to its'
original late 19th century style.
Beautifully restored exactly as originally built in the 1890s.
Home of Emily Carr
House with an insight into Canada's first and best known independent female
artist and writer.
Museum of BC
Marine history in various theme galleries.
BC Aviation Musuem
provide their visitors with a world class aviation museum experience.
Point Ellice House
Point Ellice is nationally designated and is considered Western Canada's
finest collection of Victoriana in its original setting.
This was one of Vancouver Island's first farming communities, established
Dr Helmecken's House
Helmcken House is the oldest house in Victoria
seamanship and Navigation Courses - Yacht Management - Yacht Deliveries
Blueplant Kayaking Adventures
BluePlanet specializes in highly catered lodge based & camping
sea kayaking tours to world class destinations on Vancouver Island.
Ocean River Sports Kayak Rentals
Courses | Tours Rentals
Blackfish Wilderness Expeditions
Our quest is the Wild, and the Comraderie that only small boats
and broad horizons can elicit
News from the Vancouver Island Cycle Tourism Alliance
Eagle Wing Whale Watching
A three-hour outing to sea the whales up close in their elements
is the highlight of many people’s visit to Victoria.
Amazing Scarab design speedboats.
Whale watching on zodiacs - view whales, seals, sea lions, and porpoises.
Prince of Whales
Inner Harbour location! Victoria's largest fleet. Expert wildlife
guides. Capacity for large groups.
Open year round and offer a variety of fishing charter
options ranging from half-day and full-day fishing only trips to multi-day, all
Come and enjoy some of the most spectacular fishing Canada's
West Coast has to offer with Adam's Fishing Charters.
Walkers, cyclists and equestrians can travel for nearly 60
kilometers through this city and country park.
We carry Canada's largest selection of rental motorcycles,
scooters, mopeds and bicycles.
Ogden Point Dive Centre
Ogden Point Dive Center is the premier dive
shop in British Columbia, a full service scuba diving facility catering to week
end dive charters, daily trips and scuba diving holidays. Located close to Chalet
by the Sea Bed & Breakfast.
Park and Recreation Facilities CRD Parks offers 28 regional parks
and 2 regional trails, including the Galloping Goose Trail, on southern Vancouver
Island and the Gulf Islands, British Columbia.
ParksProvincial Parks of British Columbia, Canada, providing information
on outdoor recreational activities, camping, campground reservations, facilities,
Victoria and Vancouver Island, British Columbia Travel
and tourist Information for cyclists.
Fisgard Street between Store Street and Government Streets
Store Street between Pandora and Herald Street
Herald Street between Store Street and Government Streets
Victoria’s Chinatown is small, but the oldest in Canada. Once home to opium dens and gambling halls, Chinatown now mixes contemporary stores and live-work condos with traditional Asian markets and diners. Many of Victoria's contemporary home decor and furnishings stores are found in this neighbourhood. Visitors can stroll historical Fan Tan Alley – the narrowest street in Canada – or the newly developed Dragon Alley.
Since 1994, owners and sisters, Sue Toby and Maria Henson have carefully created a home shopping experience like no other. Insideout Home & Garden features the finest home furnishings on Vancouver Island.
Shop for textiles, furniture, tabletop, furnishings, floral, home accessories, interior decorating services, custom workroom. An emporium of imported textiles, furniture, delightful dishes, exotic mulberrypoper flowers, garden stationary, books and home accessories. A treasure from every continent.
Silk Road was created by two women who were taught the Chinese tea tradition and blending techniques by Chinese Tea Masters and Herbalists. In addition to tea, Silk Road features an in-house spa and manufactures 100% natural body care products.
Baskets, carpets, lamps, furniture, linens, bath products, art and curios.
Colourful heritage buildings are the mark of this Victoria neighbourhood, but colourful characters and shopping experiences also abound. Again, the new mixes with the old as alternative clothing stores line this two-block area of lower Johnson Street. Market Square anchors Olde Town with over 40 stores and restaurants to choose from.
From things you never dreamed of to things you haven't found anywhere else. And because we don't have acres of space, we are extremely particular about what we will sell. We simply look for those things that we feel are the best choice - from peelers to pillows.