9 Musées in Victoria
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Visit with us & see the world's smallest operational sawmill, two of the world's largest doll houses. Also experience one of the world's largest model railroads, visit the wonderful world of the circus, take a spaceship to the stars, travel through the Enchanted Valley of Castles, witness the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace & further adventures. Tiny treasures & little pleasures await all who continue into Frontierland, Fantasyland, the Fields of Glory, the World of Dickens & much more. We have special effects in lighting, sound & animation. Bus & car parking is available, special family rates & the building is air-conditioned.
We've expanded for our latest, greatest exhibit - King Arthur's "Camelot"! This expansion includes eleven new exhibits depicting this timeless legend.
Awarded the 2016 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor!
See all of British Columbia at the Royal BC Museum, a world-class museum of natural and human history. Explore our permanent galleries and immerse yourself in tales of where we've been and where we are going. Discover things and people you never knew before at what TripAdvisor users have twice voted number one in the Top 10 Museums in Canada. Experience authentic artifacts and highly realistic settings - from the Woolly Mammoth in his rocky, icy world to a tar-scented trip on the HMS Discovery. Stroll through Old Town's wood-cobbled street and enjoy its shops, cinema and railway station.
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Built by coal baron Robert Dunsmuir during the reign of Queen Victoria and now a National Historic Site, Craigdarroch Castle has been meticulously restored, giving visitors a glimpse of privileged life in the 1890s. The castle weaves a fascinating tale of an intriguing family - their achievements, their relationships and even their quirks.
You'll find us just off Fort Street at 1050 Joan Crescent, just a short drive or leisurely walk from Victoria's inner harbour. Open daily for self-guided tours.
Located 15 minutes west of downtown Victoria, these adjacent national historic sites offer acres of meadows & spectacular views of Esquimalt Harbour & the Juan de Fuca Strait.
Stroll along the ramparts of three coast artillery gun batteries built over 100 years ago. See original guns, intriguing underground magazines & camouflaged searchlight emplacements. Request a self-guided audio tour to listen to authentic stories of the people who lived there. On summer weekends, take your best shot with the Airsoft Challenge.
Step inside Canada's oldest West Coast lighthouse and play with its interactive exhibits. While the kids investigate our tide pools, it's time to sit back & enjoy the moment. Check out our spring and summer events and programs.
IMAX Victoria has the largest screen in all of BC. At this IMAX, you won't just see it - you'll experience it!
The immense screen size & powerful, chair shaking surround sound will take you to places you can only imagine. Visit with exotic animals, travel to far away locations, dive deep below or soar above the earth's surface.
Full concession & National Geographic Gift Store on site
Historic house museum built in 1861; home of the O'Reilly family for 3 generations. Original furnishings & personal effects displayed as in the 1890-1920 period. Early Victoria pioneers. Heritage garden presently being restored to original plan. Visitors can arrive by Harbour Ferries from Inner Harbour to our dock. Site available for wedding & other special event rentals. Come visit O'Reillys' Restaurant offering a fully licenced bar opened daily for lunch and afternoon tea and suitable for group dinner parties upon request.
Sidney's waterfront aquarium is home to over 3,500 marine animals from the unique local habitats of the Salish Sea. Come face-to-face with octopus and jellies, tickle a sea cucumber or shake hands with a sea star. Open daily from 10:00 am. Visit our website for special programs and activities and to learn more.
The Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea is located in the beautiful seaside town of Sidney. Only minutes from the Victoria International Airport, Washington State ferry terminal (Anacortes/San Juan Islands) and the BC Ferries terminal at Swartz Bay, gateway to the Gulf Islands and Vancouver.
Former girls school & convent, St. Ann's Academy National Historic site is located just one block from the Inner Harbour. St. Ann's features 2.5 ha (6.25 ac) of restored grounds & historic interiors featuring the 1858 restored chapel, Victoria's original Catholic cathedral. Self-guided tours available in the Interpretive Centre. Restored grounds are open dawn to dusk daily; great for a break from shopping with the kids & the dog. Bilingual outdoor interpretive signage new in 2012. Seasonal programing for Christmas and temporary exhibits, annually. Chapel, auditorium and grounds available for special event rentals.
The Robert Bateman Centre is a unique and inspiring art gallery of nature located in the heart of downtown Victoria. Legendary Canadian artist Robert Bateman has spent a lifetime painting the magic of nature and creating a vision for the world where everyone shares a deep connection with the outdoors. Come explore seven decades of his inspiring work and experience dramatic subjects up close. Visit the Robert Bateman Gallery Shop to find an extensive collection of Bateman prints, books, puzzles and merchandise exclusive to the Centre, as well as a unique selection of locally crafted jewelry, woodworks, pottery and more. Hours of Operation: Daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.