Victoria Gardens & Seaside 1.5-Hour Pedicab Tour
- Discover Victoria's oldest and most picturesque park and gardens from the seat of a pedicab
- Get exclusive access to park trails and routes not accessible to other motorized vehicle tours
- See charming Victoria character homes in Victoria's oldest neighbourhood
- Enjoy dramatic seaside vistas of glacier topped mountains
- Learn about one of Victoria's most celebrated architects and his sudden decline into disgrace and homicide
Glide through the original Enchanted Forest of Beacon Hill Park, British Columbia’s oldest park. Cross over a stone bridge, pass under eagle and heron nests and onto the colorful Sun Dial Gardens, Victoria’s favorite wedding photo location.
Circle past the world’s tallest free-standing totem pole on sacred native ground and sit under a giant Redwood tree. Gaze across the sea to the snow-capped Olympic mountains.
Descend into historic James Bay, full of picturesque Victorian character homes and gardens. Hear the story of the 25-year-old apprentice who built the Parliament Buildings, then the Empress Hotel, a regular haunt for many Hollywood stars. Located in a bay full of water, its construction preceded his descent into disgrace and eventual murder.
- Tour guide
- Rain canopies (if necessary)
- Gratuities not included
Prepare for the activity
Next to the tourism office at 812 Wharf Street, Victoria, British Columbia. Find your guide(s) and pedicab waiting for you just below the tourism office. This location is directly across the street from the famous empress hotel at 721 Government Street.Open in Google Maps ⟶