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Beacon Hill Park is one of downtown Victoria's crown jewels. The 200 acres was officially established as a park in 1882, after being set aside in 1858 by James Douglas, governor of Vancouver Island. Beacon Hill Park was named after a pair of masts...
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Craigdarroch Castle was built in the 1890's by wealthy coal baron Robert Dunsmuir. Furnished lavishly in Victorian era splendor, view exquisite stained glass, intricate woodwork and the life and times of the very rich at the turn of the century...
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The Fraser River Discovery Centre celebrates the stories, people, heritage and future of the magnificent Fraser River from the mountains. to the ocean, through programs, hands-on activities and changing exhibits. Call 604-521-8401 for details.
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Established the same year that Canada became a nation, Gastown grew into Canada's third largest city and one of its most cosmopolitan. But the Gastown district today retains its historic charm, independent spirit and distinctiveness. There’s no...
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Where else in the world can rusty tin-sided factories boast rebirth as a Public Market, an art school, shops, restaurants, theatres, galleries, a hotel, and a great deal more? It's a remarkable thing, this island in the middle of a city of two...
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One of B.C.?s few historically intact canneries, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery commemorates the development of Canada?s West Coast fishing industry from the 1870?s to the present. Throughout its history, West Coast fishing has helped fuel the economy...
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The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society (Formerly the Trails for Rossland Society) was founded in 1996 to: . establish a quality trail network for the community. These trails will be easily accessed and well maintained by trail users for trail users and...
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Green Grass and Snowy Slopes opens February 1st 2010. Learn how Mission grew into the interconnected community it is today. Rainbow ribbons, patches of pride, feathered birdies, team uniforms, and shiny trophies. This exhibit demonstrates the...
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Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival’s 18th season runs May 31 to September 23, 2007 in open-ended tents on the waterfront in Vanier Park, against a spectacular backdrop of mountains, sea & sky. The Mainstage tent features Shakespeare’s...
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Situated at the western entrance to Esquimalt Harbour, and just 10 km. by road from downtown Victoria, these adjacent national historic sites present unique examples of Canada's military and maritime heritage. Fort Rodd Hill preserves three 1890's...
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Travel like a BC local! Whether you are looking for quick and convenient transportation to and from the Islands, a flightseeing tour over the awe-inspiring coastal mountains, inlets and fjords....