Beacon Hill Park
Beacon Hill Park is located along the south shore of Victoria and the Juan de Fuca Strait. It has been a park belonging to the city of Victoria since 1882. A trust was then established for the 62-acre (24.8-hectare) site.
Beautiful, mature old park with stunning plantings, ponds and stone bridges, a petting zoo for the kids. Just an all around really nice walkabout.
Victoria landmark, in spring and summer they have baby goats in the petting zoo. A great scenic park walk .
With something to offer everyone, enjoy the ponds, peacocks, petting farm, flowers and relaxation in the heart of downtown.
Elegant 200-acre Victorian park with trees & landscaped gardens, ponds & peacocks. The crowning jewel in Victoria's park system. Don’t miss the petting zoo!
With over 200 acres of park land, Beacon Hill Park is the crowning jewel in Victoria's park system. There are natural areas, manicured flower beds, petting zoo, footpaths and many sports and play features for the whole family to enjoy.
Beacon Hill Park is a 75 ha park located along the shore of Juan de Fuca Strait in Victoria, British Columbia. The park is popular both with tourists and locals, and contains a number of amenities including woodland and shoreline trails, two playgrounds, a waterpark, playing fields, a petting zoo,…
A beautiful park, with a petting zoo, two kids areas, overlooking Dallas Drive and the Juan de Fuca strait, mile zero for the trans Canada highway, a rose garden, lots of ducks and music at the Cameron band stand
Lovely park to bring your family to enjoy an afternoon walking around or petting the goats right at the heart of Victoria.
“What can you say about one of our treasures. The main displays as well as the special exhibits and the IMAX theatre will thrill the whole family”
“Just around the corner from Victoria's Inner Harbour, Fisherman's Wharf is a hidden treasure waiting to be discovered. This unique marine destination offers food kiosks, unique shops and eco-tour adventures in the heart of the working harbour. Wander down the docks with your lunch, buy seafood fresh off the boat, see moored pleasure vessels and float homes, and watch as fishing vessels unload their ware”
“A National Historic Site, Craigdarroch was built by coal barron Robert Dunsmuir during the reign of Queen Victoria. Tours.”
“Located by the water, this brewpub has a great selection of food but is probably most known for brewing their own beers. A great atmosphere aided by good live music on Thursday, Friday & Saturday.”
“Has the largest collection of works out of any art museum in British Columbia, with approximately 20,000 works in its permanent collection. Variety of art, including pieces from Canada & Asia, plus gardens with a Japanese Shinto shrine.”