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I've lived in Victoria over 30 years. I've travelled the world but I still believe that no other city beats Victoria for it's sheer beauty and variety of activities available year round. I sincerely want to help others explore and enjoy this great city - and hopefully make you want to come back again and again!

VICTORIA PUBLIC MARKET AT THE HUDSON

Public Market at the Hudson The Victoria Public Market at the Hudson (#6 – 1701 Douglas Street) Public Market Hours of Operation MONDAY – SATURDAY – 10am – 6pm SUNDAY – 11am – 5pm Website: www.victoriapublicmarket.com The Farmer’s Market at the Victoria Public Market, highlights not only local food producers, such as, farmers, fishers, butchers,

MOSS STREET MARKET

Regular Season Markets: May through October, every Saturday, 10am to 2pm , rain or shine. Winter Markets: November through April, every Saturday, 10am to noon. Indoors, in the Garry Oak Room (1335 Thurlow St) through March. Outdoors , rain or shine, in April.  VISIT THE MARKET 2019 is Moss Street Market’s 28th season of providing local and organic

PADDLING TOURS IN VICTORIA

If you'd like to explore Victoria and area from the water whether in a kayak or standup paddle board, here are some great ideas for paddling tours:     Join Ocean River Sports - Victoria's premier kayak store - for one of their fun, safe and informative tours.  Here's what they have to say: Join

HORSE DRAWN CARRIAGE TOURS

Horse Drawn Carriages - A Victoria Tradition! For an intimate tour of the city, consider a quaint ride in a horse-drawn carriage.  It's fun for a family or can be a romantic ride for two! Tally Ho Tours  1-866-383-5067  In Victoria 250-514-9257   Victoria Carriage Tours   1-877-663-2207  Local:  250-383-2207   email:  experience@victoriacarriage.com  

CRAIGDARROCH CASTLE

Craigdarroch Castle - a National Historic Site Craigdarroch Castle was completed in 1890 by the coal baron Robert Dunsmuir.  It has 39 rooms and is over 25,000 square feet in size.  The wealth and extravagance of the Dunsmuir family can be seen in the elaborate stone structure, the intricate woodwork, spectacular stained glass and the

VICTORIA CITY BUS SYSTEM

How to get around Victoria by bus: Bus Stops BC Transit bus stops vary according to customer use. It may have a shelter, a bench, or simply a bus stop sign. Some signs will list the routes that use the bus stop. BC Transit bus stop signs typically look like this: Bus Destination Display At

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