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Victoria Winter

Whether you are looking to keep the kids busy or get out and enjoy the city on your own check out our list of 5 Thing to do in Victoria This Winter.

Ogden Point Breakwater

British Columbia is arguably one of the most picturesque places on earth, so why not get out and enjoy it. If you can't make it to one of the national parks in the surrounding area then head down to the Ogden Point Breakwater to see panoramic views of the Juan de Fuca Strait, Washington's Olympic Mountains and Victoria's Harbour. This is definitely one thing to do in Victoria that won't disappoint.

Ogden Point

Rock Climbing

Have kids that can't sit still for more than two minutes or just want to try something new? Victoria has a few different rock climbing clubs where you can spend the afternoon swinging away. Perfect for group parties rocking will burn off that inside energy that might actually get your kids to bed on time.

Rock Climbing

Maritime Museum of British Columbia

Opening 1955 the museum houses more than 35,000 maritime artifacts along with three significant sailboats, each with their own history. The heritage displays and countless historic photographs will keep the adults mesmerized for hours and as for the children the museum offers a number of youth programs, no the least of which is Pirate School. The kids can play out their childhood fantasies on the high seas. Be sure to check them out before heading as they are moving to a new facility.

Maritime Museum

Victoria Bug Zoo

Are the kids bugging you? Take them to the Victoria Bug Zoo for the afternoon where they can enjoy the largest tropical inspects collection in North America. With over 50 species insects, arachnids and Myriapoda to explore as well as Canada's largest ant farm that houses the famed leaf cutter ants. A family trip to the zoo is definitely a cool adventure and one of the things to do in Victoria this winter that won't break the bank.

Victoria Bug Zoo

Ring in the New Year

February 19 marks the Chinese New Year and with Victoria being home to the oldest Chinatown in Canada. What better way to immerse yourself into the culture than by celebrating in Fan Tan Alley. Take a stroll along the market streets and keeping warm by enjoying some of the finest teas there is to offer.

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