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5 Fun Activities to do in Victoria

Welcome to the capital of British Columbia, Victoria. Making the move to Victoria is a great decision as you are surrounded by very beautiful landscape at all times. If you are going to move to Victoria, of course you want to spend your free time wisely, so we put together the 5 Fun Activities to do in Victoria, once you make the move. And of course, if you need helping don't hesitate to contact A to B Moving.

Royal BC Museum

Royal BC Museum - Everyone loves the museum, and why not learn about the history of British Columbia all in one place. You get the opportunity to learn about the economic, social, and cultural development of the province. Also, right across the way you get to enjoy a beautiful view of the Parliament Buildings. A visit to the Royal BC Museum will make for a great date.

Nanoose Bay
Nanoose Bay - If you are really in to animal watching, this is a place that you definitely need to visit. You will be very pleased with your trip to Nanoose Bay as you will get the chance to see bald eagles, seals, deer, and whales.
Butchart Gardens

Butchart Gardens - Once you've moved, the Butchart Gardens are a must-see. Butchart Gardens is over 100 years old and is over 50 acres of plants and flowers that you most likely can't grow in your own garden at home. Whether it is summer or winter, there is something beautiful for you to enjoy at the garden.

The Empress Hotel
Afternoon Tea at the Empress Hotel - You can't go wrong with a visit to the oldest and most famous hotels in Victoria, the Empress. The hotel overlooks the inner harbour and is listed as a National Historic Site of Canada. You can spend the afternoon sipping tea and crumpets in the tea lobby within the Empress, but be sure to make reservations weeks in advance as it gets very busy. Inner Harbour
Inner Harbour - Take a trip to the inner harbour, definitely a main tourist attraction in Victoria, but also great for locals (you!). There are many tours that leave from the inner harbour that take you in to the Salish Sea to get some great sightseeing done.

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