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There are 14 results for Attractions in or near Greater Victoria

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  Craigflower Manor and Schoolhouse, Victoria  
Craigflower Manor is one of the last remaining links to original settlement farms established by the Hudson’s Bay Company circa 1850s. It is the third oldest building in British Columbia: only Helmcken House at the Royal BC Museum and Tod House in Oak Bay are older. Craigflower Manor and Schoolhouse are managed by The Land Conservancy of British Columbia.
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  Emily Carr House, Victoria  
With an architecture described as both "San Francisco Victorian" and "English Gingerbread," the heritage Emily Carr House is on the must-see list of attractions in Victoria. Centrally located only four blocks from Victoria's Inner Harbour, Emily Carr House offers its visitors a chance to gain an insight into Canada's first independent artist and writer.
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  Fairmont Empress Hotel, Victoria  
Rising regally over Victoria's spectacular Inner Harbour, the turn-of-the-century beauty of the Fairmont Empress captures the grandeur and elegance of a bygone era, while her facilities and services meet the needs of today's traveler.
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  Fisgard Lighthouse, Victoria  
Fisgard Lighthouse is nationally important as the first lighthouse on the rocky Pacific west coast of Canada. Built by the British when Vancouver Island was still a crown colony, Fisgard Lighthouse has stood as a symbol of sovereignty since its construction in 1860. Access to Fisgard Lighthouse is through the large grounds of historic Fort Rodd Hill.
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  Fort Rodd Hill, Victoria  
Fort Rodd Hill is a coast artillery fort overlooking the entrance to Esquimalt Harbour in Victoria, built by the British in the late 1890s to protect Victoria and the Royal Naval base. Originally a link in the worldwide chain of defences for the British Empire, this system evolved into a watchdog for Canada's security and sovereignty of our Pacific west coast.
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  Hatley Park National Historic Site, Victoria  
Hatley Park is Canada’s largest and most diverse National Historic site. At the centre of this authentic and beautifully preserved 565-acre Edwardian estate is a magnificent castle built in 1908. Enjoy tours of Hatley Castle, visit the museum, or stroll through the heritage gardens.
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  Helmcken House, Victoria  
Helmcken House is the oldest house in British Columbia on its original site that still opens for the public, offering a fascinating glimpse into the way life was lived in Victoria over a hundred years ago. Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken’s original 19th-century medical kit is among the interesting items on display at Helmcken House.
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  Maritime Museum of British Columbia, Victoria  
Why are there so many Spanish names in and around Victoria and on Vancouver Island? Were the Chinese the first to reach the West Coast of North America - by sea - long before the people of the First Nations? All of these fascinating questions are explored in the exhibits of the Maritime Museum of British Columbia.
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  Point Ellice House, Victoria  
Overlooking Victoria's scenic Gorge Waterway, Point Ellice House was acquired by Gold Rush Magistrate and Commissioner Peter O' Reilly in 1867, entertaining the social elite of Victoria at the house. Board a Harbour Ferry and take a leisurely tour past Victoria's Old Town on your way to tea at Point Ellice.
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  Royal British Columbia Museum, Victoria  
The Royal British Columbia Museum is a place of discovery. Through three unique galleries, the Museum showcases the human and natural history of British Columbia, and features periodic exhibitions of international renown. Also the location of the National Geographic Theatre (IMAX).
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  Abkhazi Garden, Victoria  
Visit the "garden that love built"! Stunning heritage home and one-acre garden created by Prince and Princess Abkhazi in the 1940's. In 1999, it was saved from townhouse development by The Land Conservancy and dedicated individuals. Open 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Wed. to Sun., March 1st to September 30th. Tea Room and Gift Shop.
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  Beacon Hill Children's Farm, Victoria  
Kids and adults alike will enjoy Beacon Hill Children's Farm; a wide variety of farm animals ranging from big to small. We have alpacas, a miniature horse & donkey, African pygmy goats, Shetland sheep, rabbits, guinea pigs, pot-bellied pigs, finches, ducks, peacocks, chickens and other critters to meet and pet.
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  Butchart Gardens, Brentwood Bay  
The Butchart Gardens boasts 55 acres of wonderful floral display, offering spectacular views as you stroll along meandering paths and manicured lawns, fountains, streams and ponds. From the exquisite Sunken Garden to the charming Rose Garden, this show garden spanning almost 100 years delights visitors from around the world.
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  Craigdarroch Castle, Victoria  
Craigdarroch Castle is an imposing Victorian mansion completed in 1890 for Robert and Joan Dunsmuir, Scottish immigrants who made their fortune from Vancouver Island coal. Although he arrived on Vancouver Island a poor coal miner, he built an empire and became the wealthiest and most influential man in British Columbia.
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