Pass it around cards I love this… and what a deal to view all these amazing exhibits, museums and history. One cards gets you access to 8 locations throughout Greater Victoria. See below for details to all 8 locations you have access to see.
Perfect for locals and tourists to attend all 8 of the various heritage, arts, and culture, year-round, rain or shine.
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WITH ONLY 1 PASS CARD
It is an interesting place where modern meets old. Part of it is an old house and part a more modern newer construction. Inside, the galleries of at maze through the building with various exhibits.
The BC Aviation Museum offers a collection of well presented and represents civil and military aviation in the Province of British Columbia. It’s a brilliant museum that catering to all ages with hands-on experiences and knowledgable guides who are able to answer all your questions.
A great job of showing the extensive history, both recent and long past. There are numerous detailed exhibits in two main sections. The main section is for naval history and that’s where you pay only a few dollars, cash is suggested. The other section is for West Coast Defences displays. This area is also well done with a decent but small Hong Kong exhibit. There are other themes as well. The museum also has a nice kids play area.
A historic house with lots of history and great architecture and internal decor in Victorian style . The Dunsmuir’s family history is rich and fascinating, but the Historical Museum Society for the Castle has done a terrific job of using this remarkable building to tell a broader story that includes its role in military convalescence, education, and musical training.
Situated in the historical Steamship Terminal Building, this well curated exhibition is well worth a visit. You’ll learn about an artist who is long admired for his moving and realistic portrayals of wildlife. Please take note and inquire if there’s an exhibition of another artist on show. This can downsize the amount of Bateman’s displays.
The Maritime Museum of BC engages people with the maritime culture and history of the Pacific Northwest through rotating exhibits, educational and community-based programs, research services, and more.
This museum is dedicated in presenting, preserving and popularizing Victoria’s rich architectural heritage, with an emphasis on residential architecture. Classical music is also played in the villa’s “grand hall” on occasion. Thus, the site serves as an important centre for both the arts and culture.
The Emily Carr house was built in 1863 in an Italianate style, by her father, Richard. The preservation of this beautiful space is a tribute to those who have spent hours, archiving and displaying the remarkable collection. The gift shop is stocked with books and prints of Emily Carr’s paintings, the garden is tended with loving care. The signage that is present in the garden gives a great background into Emily Carr’s paintings.