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Tourism Victoria Visitor Information Centre (located at the Inner Harbour) 812 Wharf Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 1T3 Tel: 250-953-2033 Fax: 250-382-6539 for general information For accommodation reservations: call 1-800-663-3883 or Book Online Email: Click here to email the Visitor Information Centre The BC Ferry Corporation has 38 vessels plying the waters between Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and mainland B.C. on 26 different routes. The ferries are large, carrying up to 370 vehicles and more than 1,500 passengers. From:

to:

hours:

Vancouver (Tsawwassen)

Victoria (Swartz Bay)

1h 35min.

Vancouver (Tsawwassen)

Nanaimo (Departure Bay) 2

Vancouver (Horseshoe Bay)

Nanaimo (Departure Bay) 1h 35min.

Port Hardy (Inside Passage)

Prince Rupert

15

Currency Canadian currency is in dollars and cents. Our one dollar and two dollar denominations are coins, while all other dollar denominations are paper currency. All international visitors, including US residents, should be aware of currency exchange rates. Currency exchange is available at Canadian banks and exchange houses. Taxes Most purchases in British Columbia are subject to sales tax totaling 12% of the purchase price. The provincial sales tax (PST) of 7% applies to retail purchases and leases with the exception of liquor, which is taxed at 10%. Some items, including groceries, restaurant meals, children's clothing and books, are PST exempt. The federal Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 5% (as of January 1, 2008) is applicable to most purchased goods and services, but rebates on accommodations and purchases taken out of the country can be claimed by non-residents of Canada. Some restrictions apply. For more information call 1-800-66-VISIT from within Canada; outside Canada call 902-432-5608.


Climate Located in a sub-Mediterranean zone, Victoria BC boasts the mildest climate in Canada. Victoria receives an average of 2,183 hours of sunshine each year, with flowers in bloom year-round and an eight month frost-free season. Spring can arrive as early as February and is mild. Summer is comfortably warm and dry with temperatures from 18 to 32 degrees C (65 to 90 degrees F). Victoria has a very low humidity ratio and almost constant offshore breezes, which keep summer days from becoming too hot and summer evenings cool. The average monthly rainfall in summer is less than 2.5 cm (1"). Victoria often enjoys a warm, sunny September with fall arriving late in the month. Deciduous trees turn the city to gold, while lawns and golf courses are green and lush throughout the winter. The average annual rainfall for Victoria is 66.5 cm (26.2"), substantially less rain than Vancouver, BC and Seattle, WA. Victoria receives rainfall during January, February and March, with occasional light snowfall. The average monthly rainfall in winter is 5 cm (2") and the average temperature in January is 3 degrees C (38 deF). Although winters are mild and rarely include snow, warmer clothing is recommended between the months of November and March. Average Monthly Temperatures & Daily Maximum Temperature


째C

째F

January

6.5

44

February

8.4

47

March

10.2

50

April

12.9

55

May

16.3

61

June

19.3

67

July

21.8

71

August

21.8

71

September

19.1

67

October

14.1

57

November

9.4

49

December

6.8

49

Airporter / Taxi Service Akal Airport Shuttle Bus (Airporter)


Daily half-hour service to and from Victoria International Airport to all hotels and motels, University of Victoria and CFB Esquimalt, from 4:30 am until midnight. Akal Airport Shuttle Bus (Airporter) Blue Bird Cabs Ltd. 54 years of serving the travelling public in Greater Victoria. Blue Bird Cabs Ltd. Public Bus Transit — BC Transit Victoria and Vancouver Island have an excellent public transportation system that will take you just about anywhere you want to go. Buses run frequently and, if you don’t have a car, are a great way to venture out of the downtown core and into the surrounding areas and suburbs. BC Transit buses include handicap-friendly features and bicycle racks. Strap your bike on the front of a bus and head out to the country to cycle. BC Transit

Airlines & Tours For a bird’s-eye view of Victoria and Vancouver Island, take to the sky. Several airlines get you from place to place, and numerous companies offer sightseeing tours. Commercial airlines, float planes and helicopters whisk you up for aerial tours of Victoria and the Island’s unparalleled natural beauty. Float planes are also the only way to access many remote areas for excellent fishing and outdoor adventure in pristine wilderness. Harbour Air Seaplanes Scheduled daily flights between Victoria and Vancouver and Gulf Island harbours. Daily tours of Victoria, Gulf Islands, San Juan Islands and Olympic Peninsula. Harbour Air Seaplanes Salt Spring Air Scheduled flights between downtown Vancouver and Vancouver International Airport, and charter flights between Vancouver and the Gulf Islands. Salt Spring Air Pacific Coastal Airlines Scheduled daily flights between Victoria and Vancouver airports as well as service to the west coast of BC and other Vancouver Island communities. Pacific Coastal Airlines West Coast Air Ltd. Scenic tours and charters flights throughout coastal British Columbia, including whale watching and Victoria & Butchart Gardens flight tours. West Coast Air Ltd.


Ferries British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. Not only is ferry service one of the most popular means of getting to Victoria and Vancouver Island, but once on the Island, it is also one of the best and, in some cases, only way of exploring the many Gulf Islands. BC Ferries run daily and frequent sailings between Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and the mainland. The Mill Bay ferry, which crosses the Saanich Inlet, runs between Brentwood Bay and Mill Bay. This small but beloved ferry transports passengers from just north of Victoria to the southern outskirts of the Cowichan Valley. This trip saves drivers and cyclists from going over the Malahat Mountains. From Victoria, the Gulf Islands are a favourite day trip or extended vacation. The southern Gulf Islands (Salt Spring, Pender, Saturna, Mayne and Galiano) are serviced from the Swartz Bay ferry terminal, 30 minutes north of Victoria. Salt Spring is also accessible from the terminal at Crofton and Thetis and Kuper Islands are reached from the Chemainus terminal. Gabriola Island is accessed from Nanaimo Harbour. Heading farther up island, popular Denman and Hornby islands receive ferry service from Buckley Bay. Sointula and Alert Bay are accessed from Port McNeill. Quadra and Cortes Islands are serviced from Campbell River. Swartz Bay, Departure Bay and Duke Point (at Nanaimo) and Comox handle direct sailings to and from the mainland. Port Hardy, at the north end of Vancouver Island, has sailings to the mid and north coast of the BC mainland. BC Ferries Inner Harbour Ferry Service Victoria Harbour Ferry Co. Hop on one of our passenger ferries and discover Victoria's waterfront. Our 45 minute harbour tour or the 50 minute Gorge tour will entertain and inform visitors of all ages. Tours depart every 12 to 30 minutes March to October everyday. Welcome aboard Victoria's friendliest tour. Victoria Harbour Ferry Gray Line of Victoria Victoria's largest tour and sightseeing operator with bus tours to The Butchart Gardens, Victoria City Tours, Craigdarroch Castle, Empress Hotel High Tea and Whale Watching. Choose English double decker or deluxe mini-coaches for the best value in sightseeing tours. Charters available. Gray Line of Victoria Greyhound Vancouver Island Coach Greyhound Vancouver Island Coach offers regularly scheduled service from Victoria to points throughout Vancouver Island. Charters available. Greyhound Vancouver Island Coach


Pacific Coach Lines Daily scheduled service between Vancouver including Vancouver International Airport and Victoria via BC Ferries. Victoria city tours. Pacific Coach Lines Shuttle Bus Companies Tofino Bus Our commercially licensed drivers are experienced, open to questions and friendly. Enjoy a stress free, comfortable ride in our 12 passenger bus equipped with kayak racks and surfboard racks. We are an adventure bus offering bookings and discounts on surfing rentals & lessons and whale watching. Regular scheduled pick ups in Victoria, Nanaimo and Tofino. Those travelling from Vancouver, please take BC Ferries from Horseshoe Bay Vancouver direct to Departure Bay in Nanaimo for pick up service. Please see schedule for exact times. Tofino Bus

Horse-drawn Carriages What better way to absorb the atmosphere of days gone by and learn a bit of local history than in a horse-drawn tour through some of Victoria’s most picturesque neighbourhoods? Whether you choose a romantic carriage ride with your sweetheart or climb aboard a group wagon tour through downtown, the gentle pace of the horses and the clip-clopping of hooves on pavement are sure to lull you into a bygone era when this was the mode of transport for all Victorians. Victoria Carriage Tours Experience the beauty of Victoria in an elegant Cinderella white horse-drawn carriage. Victoria Carriage Tours Tally Ho Horse Drawn Tours Tally-Ho sightseeing is Victoria's original and oldest sightseeing company offering a unique experience, without which no visit to Victoria is complete. Tally Ho Horse Drawn Tours Sightseeing Tour Operators Leave the navigation to the experts, sit back and enjoy the sights and the scenery. Whether by horse-drawn carriage, limousine, or classic car, getting around Victoria and the Islands is made easy by local tour operators and guides. Victoria’s tours capture all the highlights you wish to see and your local guide offers the benefit of historical facts and personal stories of the attractions and areas you visit. Boating The Islands are surrounded by water, so what better way to get around them than by boat? The archipelago of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands provides boaters and


sailors with some of the most beautiful cruising grounds in the world. A network of marinas and marine parks make getting ashore easy. Bring your own boat, rent from numerous charter companies or take a guided cruise. Getting out on the water is recommended to visitors to truly experience life in Victoria and on Vancouver Island.

British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. Frequent daily scheduled service is provided (passengers and all types of vehicles) between Tsawwassen (south of Vancouver) and Swartz Bay (north of Victoria), between Tsawwassen and Duke Point (south of Nanaimo) and between Horseshoe Bay (West Vancouver) and Departure Bay (Nanaimo). BC Ferries also serves the Gulf Islands and other ports in coastal BC. Buffet and/or full cafeteria service as well as other amenities are found on main-route ships. BC Ferries

Prince of Whales A unique way to travel between the harbours of Vancouver and Victoria. Prince of Whales promises a 90% chance to view whales and other marine mammals. Along the journey enjoy a fun and educational perspective of the local oceanographic, geographic and cultural features. Dress warmly to enjoy the ocean air. Prince of Whales

Whale watching tours can be taken out of Victoria�s Inner Harbour as well as from several other communities on the Island. Tour operators strictly follow the regulations for viewing marine life, as outlined by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and work very hard to monitor their activities. The best time to see migrating gray whales is during March and April; gray whales are sighted in Clayoquot and Barkley sound from February through October. The "resident" orca (killer) whales that live in the local waters are best viewed from May through November, when they are at their feeding grounds. During these months, orcas are reliably found in their feeding grounds and the weather is more conducive to sightings. From tiny sea creatures and fish to otters, seals, sea lions and dolphins, the coasts of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands are a gold mine for visitors hoping to see marine life. The phenomenon of salmon spawning is also something to be seen. Witness the cycle of life as schools of salmon return from the sea to lay their eggs in their ancestral spawning grounds before dying. The spawning of the salmon signals a feeding frenzy for black bears, bald eagles and many other wildlife species that depend on salmon. Land mammals like black bears, cougars, deer and elk can often be seen along Vancouver


Island's back roads and highways, especially in the pristine wilderness of the northern and Pacific Rim regions of Vancouver Island. While in the Mount Washington area, you may be able to catch a glimpse of the rare and endangered Vancouver Island marmot, however it is not recommended that you seek out this animal, due to its fragile population.

Hurricane Jack Adventures Campbell River, whale watching, marine adventure, killer whales, orca, grizzly bears, black bears, eagles, seals, sea lions, dolphins. Join us for an unforgettable coastal experience in the comfort of one of our 30ft cruisers. It is our pleasure to provide guests with the opportunity to view... Discovery Harbour Marina, Dock E The Floathouse Campbell River, BC V9W 2L1

Jamie's Whaling Station & Adventure Centres What in the Wild do you want to do? If you’re heading to the West Coast, head to Jamie’s Whaling Station & Adventure Centres. We’ve been wowing guests from around the world since 1982! Jamie’s has all the activities you’re looking for. Whale Watching on our 65 foot cruisers or zodiacs, also Bear... 606 Campbell Street, PO Box 129 Tofino, BC V0R 2Z0

Wildcat Adventure Tours 3 hour whale watching and nature adventure tours. 48 foot catamaran provides exciting adventure in comfort & safety for up to 54 passengers. Naturalist comments on local history and marine wildlife. Wildcat is number 1 choice among families for whale watching and marine nature tours. Centrally... 1234 Wharf Street, Waterlot Victoria, BC V8W 3H9

Hyack Air and Marine Adventure Centre HYACK FLOATPLANE TERMINAL & WHALE WATCHING CENTRE Map Experience an Adventure of a lifetime aboard any of our spectacular scenic tours in It! a DeHavilland Beaver. Floatplane tours offered include: -> Victoria City Tour (30 minutes) -> Gulf Island Tour (1 hour & 15 minutes) -> Mount Olympus Glacier... 1234 Wharf Street Victoria, BC V8W 3H9

Seacoast Expeditions Whale watching and marine wildlife tours by zodiac or high-speed cruiser with indoor and outdoor seating. Victoria’s founding Whale Watching Company. We are the most experienced and successful whale watching team in Victoria with 30 years of experience.


Our attention to safety and comfort is... 146 Kingston Street, Marina Level Victoria, BC V8V 1V4

Q: Located on an island, how easy is it to get to Victoria? Victoria and Vancouver Island are extremely accessible. Each day, more than 50 flights land at Victoria's International Airport from Vancouver and Seattle airports, in addition to numerous direct flights from major Canadian and U.S. cities. Harbour-to-harbour flights from Seattle and Vancouver, by float plane or helicopter and an efficient ferry system between Victoria and the mainland make Victoria easier to get to than ever before. Q: How long is the ferry ride? The Lower Mainland (Tsawwassen) to Swartz Bay (30 minutes north of Victoria) BC Ferries - 1 hour 35 minutes. Seattle, W.A. to Victoria Victoria Clipper Ferry - 2 hours and 30 minutes. Port Angeles, W.A. to Victoria Victoria Express - 1 hour Coho Ferry - 1 hour and 35 minutes. Anacortes, W.A. to Sidney Washington State Ferries - 3 hours. Friday Harbor (San Juan Island), W.A. to Sidney Washington State Ferries 2 hours and 30 minutes. Bellingham, W.A. to Victoria Victoria San Juan Cruises - 3 hours.

Q: How large is Victoria? Greater Victoria covers an area of 695.35 square kilometres with a population density is 474.7 square kilometres. The City of Victoria's population is 82,653 (2007). Greater Victoria is composed of four municipalities: Victoria, Oak Bay, Esquimalt and Saanich. The Capital Region population is 366,162 (2007). The population of Vancouver Island is 857,157 (2007). Q: What is the weather like in Victoria? Victoria boasts the mildest climate in Canada. Greater Victoria is one of Canada's driest areas, with an average snowfall of only 25 centimetres (9.75 inches) and an average rainfall of 592 millimetres (23 inches), less than recorded precipitation in Vancouver, BC or Seattle, Washington. Summers are pleasantly warm, but never too hot and the winters


are mild.

Q: Where is Vancouver Island and how big is it? Vancouver Island is the largest island off the west coast of North America. Tucked against the mainland coast of British Columbia and the north shore of Washington State's Olympic Peninsula, Vancouver Island occupies an area about the size of Holland. It stretches 500 km (320 miles) southeast to northwest with an area of 3,175,000 hectares and 2,150 miles of coastline. It is separated from Vancouver, B.C. by the Strait of Georgia to the east and from Washington State, U.S.A. by the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the south and southeast. Vancouver Island is actually closer to the United States than to mainland Canada.

Q: Where is Vancouver Island and how big is it? Vancouver Island is the largest island off the west coast of North America. Tucked against the mainland coast of British Columbia and the north shore of Washington State's Olympic Peninsula, Vancouver Island occupies an area about the size of Holland. It stretches 500 km (320 miles) southeast to northwest with an area of 3,175,000 hectares and 2,150 miles of coastline. It is separated from Vancouver, B.C. by the Strait of Georgia to the east and from Washington State, U.S.A. by the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the south and southeast. Vancouver Island is actually closer to the United States than to mainland Canada.

Shopping Shopping in Victoria is fabulous! Whether you are just window shopping or on a major shopping spree, in Victoria you can browse quaint shops, local markets and major shopping malls to find your heart's desire. Victoria offers everything from antiques to the wares of local artisans and the designs of the hippest trendsetters. The city's layout encourages strolling and exploring the many side streets at an easy pace. From the Inner Harbour, wander up Government Street to find the perfect gift or souvenir. Victoria's British heritage is apparent in the store windows along Government Street, which display woolens and bone china from England, tartans from Scotland and Irish lace. Stop to sample handmade chocolates or the perfect cup of tea or coffee. Native art, jewellery, fashion, Christmas and souvenir shops also flourish along the bustling sidewalks and interesting byways. Four blocks along Government Street, turn right into Trounce Alley, one of Victoria's best-kept secrets. European fashions and gift shops await. Across the street from Trounce


Alley, find Bastion Square; once the site of Victoria's Court House, Law Chambers, a brothel and several hangings, Bastion Square is now animated with shops and restaurants. In the summer, take in the Bastion Square Festival of the Arts; a bustling market, vendors and local artisans sell their hand made arts and crafts. Just beyond Bastion Square, turn left off Government Street onto Yates Street and beyond to Johnson Street. Wander among amazing shops set in heritage buildings restored to maintain an old-town ambience. Be sure to visit Market Square, with over 40 merchants, Market Square offers one of the best selections of specialty shops. Enter Canada's oldest Chinatown through the Gate of Harmonious Interest, at the corner of Fisgard and Government Streets. Shop for art, curios, home furnishings and Asian wares. Stroll down Fan Tan Alley, North America's narrowest street; at its narrowest, it�s only 0.9m (3ft) wide. Once notorious for its many opium dens and gambling houses, Fan Tan Alley is now lined with shops and restaurants. Only in Victoria will you find a street devoted to antiques and collectibles. Fort Street, a one-way street leading out of downtown Victoria, is known as Antique Row. Shop after shop lure the antique collector away from the downtown core and into a world of rare china, silver, toys, furniture and other treasures. Victoria's shopping experience also extends beyond famous Government Street storefronts and the downtown core. Off the beaten path and just minutes from downtown, shoppers will find several major suburban shopping centers with hundreds of stores to browse.

Fan Tan Alley Located in Chinatown, this alley is the narrowest commercial street in North America. Market Square Formerly part of Olde Towne Victoria, with three levels of unique shops and restaurants, the shopping area was renovated by Sam Bawlf in 1975.

Trounce Alley Just north of View Street, off Government, are authentic gas lights more than 125 years old. The alley was named after Victoria pioneer Thomas Trounce. W&J Wilson Clothiers has been at its present location since 1862 (the same year Victoria was incorporated as a city).


Canadian Scottish Regimental Museum, The The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary’s) Regimental Museum is an accredited museum of the Canadian Forces. The museum was opened by the Regiment’s Colonel-inChief, Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra, GCVO, CD in May 1980. The museum is a non-publicly funded organization that is... 715 Bay Street Victoria, BC V8T 1R1

Victoria Harbour Ferry Company Ltd. Victoria Harbour is world renowned for its bustling traffic and unique waterways. Victoria Harbour Ferry tours are equally renowned for their friendly skippers and fun, informative tours. Hop aboard one of our little ferries and see Victoria from the water. Look for our "FERRY STOP" signs at major... 1234 N Wharf Street Victoria, BC V8W 3H9

Craigflower Manor & School House Located along the Gorge waterway in the Capital Region, Craigflower Manor and Schoolhouse are designated as National Historic Sites, important both to the local community and to Canada’s heritage. Craigflower has the potential to tell a wonderful story about the settlement of this part of our great... 110 Island Highway Victoria, BC V9B 1M5 Whale watching tours can be taken out of Victoria�s Inner Harbour as well as from several other communities on the Island. Tour operators strictly follow the regulations for viewing marine life, as outlined by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and work very hard to monitor their activities. The best time to see migrating gray whales is during March and April; gray whales are sighted in Clayoquot and Barkley sound from February through October. The "resident" orca (killer) whales that live in the local waters are best viewed from May through November, when they are at their feeding grounds. During these months, orcas are reliably found in their feeding grounds and the weather is more conducive to sightings. From tiny sea creatures and fish to otters, seals, sea lions and dolphins, the coasts of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands are a gold mine for visitors hoping to see marine life. The phenomenon of salmon spawning is also something to be seen. Witness the cycle of life as schools of salmon return from the sea to lay their eggs in their ancestral spawning grounds before dying. The spawning of the salmon signals a feeding frenzy for


black bears, bald eagles and many other wildlife species that depend on salmon. Land mammals like black bears, cougars, deer and elk can often be seen along Vancouver Island's back roads and highways, especially in the pristine wilderness of the northern and Pacific Rim regions of Vancouver Island. While in the Mount Washington area, you may be able to catch a glimpse of the rare and endangered Vancouver Island marmot, however it is not recommended that you seek out this animal, due to its fragile population.

Hurricane Jack Adventures Campbell River, whale watching, marine adventure, killer whales, orca, grizzly bears, black bears, eagles, seals, sea lions, dolphins. Join us for an unforgettable coastal experience in the comfort of one of our 30ft cruisers. It is our pleasure to provide guests with the opportunity to view... Discovery Harbour Marina, Dock E The Floathouse Campbell River, BC V9W 2L1

Jamie's Whaling Station & Adventure Centres What in the Wild do you want to do? If you’re heading to the West Coast, head to Jamie’s Whaling Station & Adventure Centres. We’ve been wowing guests from around the world since 1982! Jamie’s has all the activities you’re looking for. Whale Watching on our 65 foot cruisers or zodiacs, also Bear... 606 Campbell Street, PO Box 129 Tofino, BC V0R 2Z0

Wildcat Adventure Tours 3 hour whale watching and nature adventure tours. 48 foot catamaran provides exciting adventure in comfort & safety for up to 54 passengers. Naturalist comments on local history and marine wildlife. Wildcat is number 1 choice among families for whale watching and marine nature tours. Centrally... 1234 Wharf Street, Waterlot Victoria, BC V8W 3H9

Hyack Air and Marine Adventure Centre HYACK FLOATPLANE TERMINAL & WHALE WATCHING CENTRE Map Experience an Adventure of a lifetime aboard any of our spectacular scenic tours in It! a DeHavilland Beaver. Floatplane tours offered include: -> Victoria City Tour (30 minutes) -> Gulf Island Tour (1 hour & 15 minutes) -> Mount Olympus Glacier... 1234 Wharf Street Victoria, BC V8W 3H9

Seacoast Expeditions


Whale watching and marine wildlife tours by zodiac or high-speed cruiser with indoor and outdoor seating. Victoria’s founding Whale Watching Company. We are the most experienced and successful whale watching team in Victoria with 30 years of experience. Our attention to safety and comfort is... 146 Kingston Street, Marina Level Victoria, BC V8V 1V4

Pier Bistro, The Waterfront Dining - Famous Chowder and Crab Cakes - Fresh Seafood (homemade Fish n' Chips) - Gourmet Salads - Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner The Marine Adventure Centre is the Terminal for the Sidney Spit Ferry, Gulf Island Cruises and Marine Excursions. We are the home for The Pier Bistro... 2550 Beacon Avenue Sidney, BC V8L 1Y2

Don Mees Seafood Restaurant Don Mee Seafood Restaurant has been the Heartbeat of Chinatown for over 80 years in Victoria, establishing a tradition of dining passed on through generation after generation. Don Mee's lively and vibrant atmosphere is sure to make your dining experience a memorable one whether you're enjoying our... 538 Fisgard Street Victoria, BC V8W 1R4

Victoria's breweries have developed products that are earning a reputation worldwide. Visit Victoria's many breweries, including Canada's oldest licensed brewpub, to sample award-winning ales, lagers and stouts. Allow a bartender to pull a you a pint directly from the pub cellar; experience some of Canada's finest all-natural, hand-crafted brews. For a taste of Victoria's British heritage, experience the tradition of afternoon tea or sample fish and chips and other pub fare at traditional British-style pubs. Local brew pubs offer handcrafted ales and many Victoria pubs feature award-winning Vancouver Island and BC wines. The wine produced in Victoria and on Vancouver Island are truly labours of love. The qualifications shared by local winemakers include a history of experience and a passion


for hand-crafting which is part science and part art. The end product is absolutely spectacular.

Spinnakers Gastro Brewpub Consistently voted "Victoria's Best" . Spinnakers Gastro Brewpub waterfront restaurant and brewpub features artisan real ales, fresh local seasonal fare, and unforgettable romantic heritage or contemporary luxury accommodations. 308 Catherine Street Victoria, BC V9A 3S8

Penny Farthing Pub The Penny Farthing Pub in the Oak Bay Village has been designed to detailed perfection with no expense spared, to make an English pub so real that pub lovers will think they’re back in the old country! The Penny's genial publican, Matt MacNeil, has always admired the pubs of the British Isles.... 2228 Oak Bay Avenue Victoria, BC V8R 1G6

CANOE Brewpub Marina & Restaurant CANOE BREWPUB, MARINA & RESTAURANT is a "must experience" 1894 landmark heritage building on Victoria’s downtown waterfront. Our Brewmaster and his award winning handcrafted beers are renown in the Pacific Northwest. Located near our active marina, we have the best west-exposure patios in the... 450 Swift Street Victoria, BC V8W 1S3

London Arms Pub

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2915 Douglas Street Victoria, BC V8T 4M8

Redd's Pub

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3020 Blanshard Street Victoria, BC V8T 5B5

Bard & Banker Pub, The 1022 Government Street Victoria, BC V8W 1X7

Ross Bay Pub


Daily Drink Specials, true 20oz. Pints from $4.95, Daily Dinner Specials from $9.95. Welcome to the Ross Bay Pub, a locally owned and operated Public House in the Fairfield neighbourhood of Victoria, BC. We offer all major sporting events on the big screen including Canucks, pay-per-view games,... 7 - 1516 Fairfield Road Victoria, BC V8G I6

Garrick's Head Pub Nestled in the beautiful and historic Bastion Square, The Garrick's Head Pub has been a local fixture since 1867, in the days when Judge Matthew Begbie presided over the local court house. One of the oldest English pub in Canada. Today, a wide selection of microbrewed and import beers are... 1140 Government Street Victoria, BC V8W 1Y2

Pub & Café Dramatic views overlooking the Marina. . . All your pub favorites from tasty Map appy’s, to hearty burgers, steaks, sandwiches and pizzas. We are now offering the It! SeaGrille’s fresh sheet with the region’s freshest seafood everyday for lunch and dinner. Sunday to Thursday 11:30 AM - 10:30 PM Friday... 849 Verdier Avenue Brentwood Bay, BC V8M 1C5

Six Mile Pub Critically acclaimed homestyle food, 22 draught beers on tap and an award winning wine list. Established in 1855, the Six Mile Pub is the oldest pub in BC. Located on the bank of Millstream, which empties into Esquimalt Harbour, this tudor style pub is very much the living room of the community.... 494 Island Highway Victoria, BC V9B 1H

Pier Bistro, The Waterfront Dining - Famous Chowder and Crab Cakes - Fresh Seafood (homemade Fish n' Chips) - Gourmet Salads - Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner The Marine Adventure Centre is the Terminal for the Sidney Spit Ferry, Gulf Island Cruises and Marine Excursions. We are the home for The Pier Bistro... 2550 Beacon Avenue Sidney, BC V8L 1Y2


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