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Empress Hotel National Historic Site of Canada - take a walk, snap some shots, have some high tea
When visiting downtown, a stop at the Empress is a must. Have High Tea and explore the grounds. Walk the Inner Harbour to the Legislature. Lots to see and do!
Visit the Inner Harbour for sightseeing and water taxi ballet in the summer months. Drive down Dallas Rd. to see beautiful views of the Olympic Mt range.
An iconic and majestic hotel downtown. Wander inside and perhaps indulge in their expensive but elegant high tea.
The Empress Hotel is a historical building and is as beautiful as it is old. Check out the empress tea room too :)
Historic Empress hotel in Victoria's Inner Harbour. Stroll through the grounds and the rose garden, or make a reservation for afternoon tea.
Lots of people like afternoon tea at The Empress, but you can wonder around for free if you'd rather just check it out
Take a walk along the Inner harbour, check out the buskers and maybe have a cocktail in the historic Empress Hotel.
I really like this place because it's said this is where Queen Elizabeth II stays when she visits. You can enjoy some high tea in the tea room, or perhaps stay a night in the hotel! Not budget friendly..
"THE" Empress, this is the classic grand dam of downtown Victoria. Whether you are looking for high tea, a classy cocktail, high-end shopping, or just a tour of a historic building, the Empress is definitely worth a visit.
The historic Empress hotel is not to be missed. Located right in the heart of the inner harbour.
“A must see when you come visit Victoria. Location is across from the Parliament Buildings at 675 Belleville St.”
“Beacon Hill Park is a beautiful park to walk around in with ponds, a rose garden, peacocks, ducks, and turtles. There is also a seasonal petting zoo from May to August.”
“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”
Point of Interest
“Home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, the Parliament Buildings are open to the public from 8:30am to 4:30pm Mondays to Fridays year-round. They are open to the public on weekends from the 3rd weekend in May to the first weekend in September. We offer scheduled guided tours and self-guided tour booklets.”
“Learn about the fascinating Dunsmuir family, through their home and their interesting lives. The building itself has a rich and vibrant history as it has seen many iterations since its beginnings as a family home i.e. Military hospital, Victoria College, Victoria Conservatory of Music. Fantastically steeped in history and incredible docents who are always willing to share their extensive knowledge of the building.”