Inner Harbour

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by travel2000 on November 12, 2000

Victoria's picturesque Inner Harbour is where ferries come in as well as moored yachts and sailboats. It is also where the Wax Museum is, and in the background, the stately Parliament Buildings and gardens. There is horseshoe shape pathway around the harbour, a great stroll to watch the boat acitivities. You can also take a city cruise, or go off to far-away places by float planes (Vancouver Island is huge!). Watch the red Double Decker buses go by, as well as the horse-drawn carriages. There are often street performers, especially if the weather is nice. I always take alot of photos in this spot. Nighttime is also a good time to see the Parliament Buildings lit up.
Inner Harbor

Victoria, British Columbia

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