Our Tourism & Community Partners
1040 Moss Street
Featuring a collection of over 15,000 objets d'art from Asia, Europe and North America with a primary emphasis on Canada and Japan.
675 Belleville Street
British Columbia's past, present and future are alive at the Royal BC Museum. With a collection of more than seven million unique objects and documents, there's something incredible to see every time you visit. Let the crystal clear images and wraparound digital surround sound of the Victoria's IMAX take you away!
5128 Sooke Road, Sooke
Soar over a majestic West Coast forest, as you experience an exhilarating ride up to 60km/hr and 150 feet off the ground on eight scenic zipline courses ranging from 150 feet to an unforgettable 1000 feet.
501 Belleville Street
During the fall, winter and spring, the Legislative Tour Office offers free guided tours of the Parliament Buildings from Monday to Friday of each week. During the busy summer season, the Parliament Buildings are open for tours seven days a week, including statutory holidays.
800 Benvenuto Avenue
Fifty-five acres of stunning floral show gardens and a National Historic Site of Canada.
1050 Joan Crescent
A historic house museum built by the wealthy Dunsmuir family and a key piece of British Columbia's history. Designated as one of Canada's National Historic Sites, this Victorian Castle is a legendary tourist attraction.
207 Government Street
An interpretive site dedicated to the life and work of one of Canada's most renowned creative figures. Experience Emily Carr's modern paintings and descriptive prose.