10 Things You Must Not Miss In Victoria, BC
The Butchart Gardens is a oasis. Escape to lush and artsy landscapes, water fountains, and afternoon tea. (Admission - $13-$27pp)
Craigdarroch Castle: Architectural fans will love the interior details!  The family history sounds downright scandalous! Alert: no ramps/elevators.
Whale Watching: There are several tour options located at the inner harbor.  It's a WOW moment.😊 The best time to go is May thru Oct.
The Fairmont Empress feels a fairytale! Reservations for afternoon tea is highly recommended ($85-$125pp). Children's Prince/Princess Teas available.
The Royal BC Museum: an amazing and extensive collection of art, artifacts, and archives of Indigenous people. ($11-$18pp).
The Parliament Buildings dominate the inner harbor, even moreso when lit at night. Guided tours are free, when available.
Nanaimo Bars were named after the city of Nanaimo, British Columbia. This layered treat is rich, chocolatey, and loaded!
Beacon Hill Park is a brief stroll from the inner harbor, and the park has a lot to offer!  Climb to the top of the hill, relax by the lily pond...
...relax in beautiful landscapes, make feathered friends, and view historic Native American art.
Fan Tan Alley in Chinatown is the most narrow street in Canada. Visit dozens of local shops for matcha tea, crafted jewelry, and other imports.
Horse-drawn Trolley Ride and tour of downtown Victoria (free...we love that!)
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