Sunshine and zodiac tours watching transient Orcas - what a perfect start to this Sunday!
Opened in 1951 as a result of Sara Spencer’s donation of the Spencer Mansion, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria offers exhibits of all sorts, year round. Special events are also a prominent feature of the gallery and have been known to include activities from art classes for all levels, to evening jazz concerts.
Located in a former church in the Fernwood neighborhood, this theater provides top notch Canadian and international performances in a cozy setting. We would be happy to let you know what is playing during your visit to Victoria, just ask our Guest Services Agent for more information.
Built in 1914 this center for concerts and live theater is located at #3 Centennial Square. The lobby houses a display of local and regional visual art.
The Pacific Opera Victoria puts on 3 productions during October, February and April. The repertoire ranges from light Mozart, Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, and occasional Tchaikovsky.
The Royal Theatre is a turn-of the century European style venue. With a seating capacity of just 1400, it’s an intimate theatre that offers a great view no matter where you sit. Book your seats up close to take in the details, farther back for a broader perspective, or in the boxes to see and be seen. Wheelchair seating is also available.