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.
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.
Beautiful park for strolling, picnicking, playgrounds and petting zoo. Feed the ducks and peacocks and pet the baby sheep.
Beacon Hill Park is just round the corner from the Astoria. World's tallest standing totem pole, the Cameron Bandshell (with free concerts in the summer), kids playgrounds and petting farm. More than that it's a beautiful place for a stroll or a run. Can go all the way down to the ocean on Dallas…
Victoria landmark, in spring and summer they have baby goats in the petting zoo. A great scenic park walk .
Enjoy a walk in central Victoria's largest park, which includes paths, peacocks, ponds and towering trees.
Check out the beautifully manicured gardens of Beacon Hill Park. This beautiful park is an institution in Victoria and you can spend hours walking around.
“Amazing historical displays and special exhibitions. The Imax is located inside the museum”
“Enjoy fish and chips or prawn tacos, ice cream, drinks and vendors among the piers and houseboats of Fisherman's Wharf.”
“What can you say about a local castle except you'll want to include this one!”
“This place is cool inside and beautiful outside as well (in the summer). The outdoor seating is waterfront. The food is good and the selection of beers is decent.”
“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.”