Victoria: 75-Minute Pedicab Tour of Historic Downtown
- Admire the 19th-century architecture of old town Victoria on a pedicab tour
- Visit the oldest chocolate store in Victoria and Western Canada
- See the narrowest street in Canada and other sites made accessible by pedicab
Victoria’s historical core is one of the best-preserved and restored downtown districts in North America. Relive yesterday with your guide as he tells stories about the past while showing you archived photographs from over a century ago.
In Chinatown, you’ll be escorted through Fan Tan Alley, where at one time residents gambled away their savings amid the smoke of opium dens. Taste chocolate at Victoria’s finest antique store and visit the Lojo fashion district in its restored, 19th-century splendor.
Your pedicab’s size and maneuverability make it possible to explore this remarkable city in a way not possible with cars or buses.
- Tour guide
- Rain canopy (if necessary)
- Local taxes and fees
Prepare for the activity
Next to the tourism office located 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 ⟶