Combo Pass: Hop on-Hop Bus Tour & Craigdorrach Castle Pass

Combo Pass: Hop on-Hop  Bus Tour & Craigdorrach Castle Pass
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$36.13
Duration: 90 to 480 minutes
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Live Commentary in English. Select this option for a 1-day hop-on hop-off bus pass plus admission to the Craigdarroch Castle, an 1890's mansion known for its fine Victorian architecture, stained-glass windows, period antiques, woodwork, and the great views from the tower.

Explore the city of Victoria aboard your choice of a modern open-air bus or a classy, early-1900s trolley The total route is approximately 90 minutes, and provides a quick overview of the city through onboard commentary. Get off at any of the 21 stops to delve deeper, spending as much time as you please while visiting historic sites, going shopping, or grabbing a bite to eat.


Discover the sights of Victoria on an open-air bus or classic turn-of-the-century trolley bus. This Victoria hop-on, hop-off bus tour with on-board commentary gives you a quick way to see the main attractions of this beautiful city. Even better, you can hop on and off the buses at any of the stops, giving you the opportunity to see the sights at your own pace!
Victoria proves a gentle blend of colonial England and up-to-date Western Canada. The capital city of British Columbia, Victoria is located on the southern tip of VancouverIsland off Canada's Pacific coast. Named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and the Dominion of Canada, Victoria is one of the oldest cities in the Pacific Northwest, with British settlement beginning in 1841. The city has retained a large number of its historic buildings, in particular its two most famous landmarks, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings (home of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia) and the Empress Hotel.
The city's Chinatown is the second oldest in North America after San Francisco's. Whether you want to visit the major attractions, spend time shopping, or visit one of the many fine restaurants, this is the tour for you! Book this flexible sightseeing tour of Victoria today.
Please Note: There are 20 stops on this route and it takes approximately 90 minutes to complete the route without getting off. The bus runs every 30 to 45 minutes. A 90-minute evening city tour runs on Thursdays and Saturdays. The evening city tour does not operate as a hop-on, hop-off tour. The tours are narrated in English. First and last tour times will be detailed in your electronic ticket.
The route includes the following stops:
• Welcome Center
• Ocean Point
• Chinatown
• Saint Andrews Cathedral
• Christ Church Anglican Cathedral
• Saint Ann's Academy
• Royal B.C. Museum
• Inner Harbour
• Harbour Towers
• James Bay
• Fisherman's Wharf Park
• Ogden Point Cruise Ship Terminal
• Mile Zero Park
• Beacon Hill Petting Zoo
• Gonzales Beach (Foul Bay)
• Oak Bay Marina
• Oak Bay Village
• Government House Gardens
• Victoria Art Gallery
• Craigdarroch Castle
Between sightseeing attractions, step in the real Victorian experience-- the Castle-- Craigdarroch. It is a shining example of a “bonanza castle”. Finding the reflection in the four floors of exquisite stained glass windows, intricate woodwork and fabulous Victorian-era furnishings,while you momentarily paralyzed by the immense fortune of the Dunsmuir family. Afterward, head back outside and catch another ride with your hop-on hop-off pass to continue scoping out the city on your own.


Live Commentary in English. Select this option for a 1-day hop-on hop-off bus pass plus admission to the Craigdarroch Castle, an 1890's mansion known for its fine Victorian architecture, stained-glass windows, period antiques, woodwork, and the great views from the tower.

Explore the city of Victoria aboard your choice of a modern open-air bus or a classy, early-1900s trolley The total route is approximately 90 minutes, and provides a quick overview of the city through onboard commentary. Get off at any of the 21 stops to delve deeper, spending as much time as you please while visiting historic sites, going shopping, or grabbing a bite to eat.