A Victoria City Tour Like no other! Discover Victoria’s rich history and scenic beauty on a tour of this charming Provincial Capital. Our first stop is the Songhee's viewpoint offering photo opportunities of Victoria's Inner Harbour and the Empress Hotel. Driving through the stately downtown core you will see Government Street, the Legislative Buildings, Canada's oldest Chinatown and the last remnants of Fort Victoria. Your City Tour continues as you follow Antique Row before passing Craigdarroch Castle and the Lieutenant Governor’s mansion.
The Mt. Tolmie Lookout high above the city offers breathtaking views of downtown Victoria and the surrounding countryside. This tour takes in the scenic Marine Drive along Oak Bay and the Victoria waterfront and you will also tour through Beacon Hill Park - the largest of its kind in the City.
Then continue to Craigdarroch Castle for an hour long stop (castle admission is included in tour price). Built by coal baron Robert Dunsmuir during the reign of Queen Victoria this castle is now a National Historic Site. Craigdarroch Castle has been restored, giving visitors a glimpse of privileged life in the 1890s. The Castle weaves a fascinating tale of an intriguing family.
•• CRUISE SHIP PASSENGER? - Unfortunately we do not pick-up directly at the Victoria Cruise Ship Terminal, however, guests may take a shuttle bus from the Cruise Terminal to Downtown Victoria from all Cruise arrivals. The shuttle drops cruise passengers a block and a half from our Tour departure Tour departure point at the Fairmont Empress Hotel on Government Street. It is convenient, easy and an inexpensive way to see Victoria.
|Valid Dates:||May through September|