Free Things to do in Victoria
Among the things to do in Victoria, including world-class attractions such as Butchart Gardens or the Royal BC Museum – there are also plenty of activities to do if you’re on a budget.
We’ve compiled a list of activities to enjoy in Victoria, at any time of the year – and they are all walking distance from Victoria Regent.
- The dock’s at Fisherman’s Wharf: The docks are home to charming fishing boats of all different colours, and a children’s park. If you’re lucky, you might spot an otter!
- Tour Chinatown: The colourful shops and sidewalks of Canada’s oldest Chinatown are sure to brighten your visit, and may possibly teach you more about Victoria’s history.
- Explore Beacon Hill Park: This 183-acre park in downtown Victoria offers plenty of things to do, including a playground, year-round gardens and duck ponds, plus a seasonal water park.
- Take a ghost tour: You can enjoy a self-guided ghost tour for free by picking up a guide at the Inner Harbour Visitor Centre. This is a great activity to do with family & friends, and get outside exploring.
Victoria is a great city for shopping, eating, and sight-seeing, and there are many activities to enjoy free of cost. Just ask our front desk for more information and a list of other recommendations.