Discover Victoria

Victoria, B.C. is a compact, seaside city on Canada’s west coast known for its blend of old world charm and new world experiences. With Canada’s most temperate climate, Victoria offers unparalleled options for outdoor adventure and a burgeoning culinary scene focused on locally sourced ingredients. Convene in a castle, take a sea kayaking coffee break or hit the open water in search of resident orcas, humpback whales and more. Meetings in Victoria are unconventional, but isn’t that just the point?

Royal BC Museum:

Royal BC Museum is one of Canada’s foremost museums of natural and human history. Explore permanent galleries and immerse yourself the past, present and future of the province. Discover totems, masks and cultural artifacts featured in the world-class First Peoples Gallery, and explore B.C.’s past in the replica of Victoria’s Old Town.

Craigdarroch Castle:

Built by coal baron Robert Dunsmuir during the reign of Queen Victoria and now a National Historic Site, Craigdarroch Castle has been meticulously restored, giving visitors a glimpse of privileged life in the 1890s. Centrally located in Victoria’s historic Rockland neighbourhood, Craigdarroch Castle is a memorable, heritage space ideal for those interested in architecture and history.

The Butchart Gardens:

Situated 25 minutes from Victoria in Brentwood Bay, the peaceful gardens and colourful blooms at The Butchart Gardens make for an exceptional space to spend an afternoon. May is perhaps the best time of the year to visit the gardens, so do not miss this opportunity!!.