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This area of Vancouver Island boasts a population of roughly 290,000 people.
Escape the adult world and throw yourself into a realm of magic and wonder at Miniature World and Langford Lanes. Want more? Crystal Pool and Fitness Centre and Panorama Recreation Centre are sure to keep the smiles and laughter flowing.
Head beneath the ocean's waves and meet some of the ocean's most colorful residents at Shaw Ocean Discovery Centre.
If you love native and exotic animals, put the Victoria Bug Zoo on your to-do list. Be sure to ask at the entrance about special events and where to find the zoo's rarer inhabitants.
Experts and newcomers alike mustn't forgo a visit to the Tugwell Creek Honey Farm and Meadery and the Church and State Wines. Spend some time chatting with the vintners, compare the latest vintages, and, for that perfect souvenir, arrange to have a case sent home to your door.
Boasting well-maintained horticultural displays and an array of native and exotic plants, the Butchart Gardens and the Gardens at HCP ought to be on the itinerary of any visiting gardeners.
Pack some lunch and take it easy for a while in the leafy, green surroundings of Pioneer Square and Iroquois Park. Rotary Park and the Thunderbird Park - Royal BC Museum are two more pleasant spots to while away the day over a good book.
Whether you're in need of a certain map or just a few local tips, the friendly staff at Greater Victoria Visitors & Convention Bureau can help you out.
Barnes Creek and Princess Louisa Inlet are fantastic for scenic picnics and watching the local wildlife.
Lock your phone in the car and give yourself a break from the noises of the modern world at Goldstream Provincial Park and French Beach Provincial Park. Gulf Islands National Park Reserve and All Fun Recreation Park are also recommended by lovers of the natural world.
Broaden your horizons with some time at one of the area's fascinating cultural spaces. The Open Space Arts Center and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to keep you captivated. Emily Carr House and the Sooke Region Museum are also worth a visit.
Appreciate old ship models and other interesting artifacts as you float through the collection halls at the Maritime Museum.
Take the kids to see many scientific artifacts, models and displays at Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, the most popular science center in the area.
The specimens and objects at the Royal BC Museum aren't simply a lot of fun to look at. In fact, they also play an important role in our understanding of the natural world.
Build on your knowledge of art and design, and perhaps even get something to take back home at one of the area's various gallery spaces. Start your tour of this creative paradise at the Robert Bateman Centre and the Emily Carr Gallery. If you have time afterwards, the Red Art Gallery and the Artevo Gallery are also well worth your time.
By illuminating the past, the Craigflower Schoolhouse and the Sidney Museum and Archives help prepare us for the future.
Wander back through the ages with a trip to British Columbia Parliament Building and Government House, just two of the historical sites here. More stories from the days of old await at Ross Bay Cemetery and Hatley Park National Historic Site.
The castles of the area have withstood many attacks and continue to watch over the region. Those stories written within the walls of Craigdarroch Castle and Hatley Castle can still be experienced today.
Work on your photography skills, go for a stroll and make the most of the serene atmosphere at Christ Church Cathedral.
After experiencing all of the star attractions around Victoria, consider stopping by a couple of its less well-known sights. Oak Bay Marina and Victoria Fisherman's Wharf are two worthwhile options. If you have more time to spare, also visit WildPlay West Shore Victoria or the Greater Victoria Public Library.
Looking to lose yourself in British Columbia's exciting provincial capital? Expedia currently lists 114 accommodation options in Victoria, so you should have no problems discovering an excellent place to stay.
If you and your family are keen on finding a place in the premium end of the spectrum, check out the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, at 1175 Beach Dr, or The Fairmont Empress, at 721 Government St. Alternatively, The Helms Inn, at 600 Douglas St, and the Island Travel Inn, at 1850 Douglas St, are two offerings that might be preferable if you're after a bargain.
Situated in Victoria, this hotel is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from MayFair Shopping Centre and 2.3 mi (3.6 km) from British Columbia Parliament Building. Government Street and Uptown Center are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This hotel overlooks the Inner Harbour, within steps of shop-lined Government Street and the copper-domed Parliament Buildings, and three blocks from the Maritime Museum.
This family-friendly Victoria aparthotel is located by the ocean, within a 10-minute walk of St. Ann's Academy and British Columbia Parliament Building. Government Street and Maritime Museum of British Columbia are also within 5 minutes.
This family-friendly Victoria hotel is located in the entertainment district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Lower Johnson Street and British Columbia Parliament Building. Government Street and Chinatown are also within 5 minutes.
Located two blocks from Victoria's busy Inner Harbour, the European-style The Magnolia Hotel And Spa is one block from Government Street shops and three blocks from the Royal BC Museum.
Located in James Bay, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Legislative Assembly of British Columbia and British Columbia Parliament Building. Government Street and The Robert Bateman Centre are also within 5 minutes.
Facing the Inner Harbour and adjacent to the Parliament Buildings, Hotel Grand Pacific is 2 blocks from the shops along Government Street and 5 blocks from Fisherman's Wharf.
This hotel rises along the harbor in a residential district of Victoria, 2 blocks from picturesque Fisherman's Wharf; downtown attractions such as the Royal BC Museum are within a mile.