Take a stroll at sunset through Victoria’s Inner Harbour and explore everything this fantastic night market has to offer. From local food and craft vendors to talented musicians and entertainers, this event is sure to impress tourists and locals alike!
This market is held from June to September from 6:00pm until 10:30pm on most Friday and Saturday nights, be sure to check the website for the full list of dates!
Celebrate Canada’s birthday in the provincial capital! Featuring live music, a family zone with face painting, along with activities for the whole family. The end of the night finishes with a spectacular fireworks display!
More information can be found at their website.
From a floating barge on Victoria’s Inner Harbour, it’s the 31st Annual Victoria Symphony Splash. Held over the BC Day weekend, it’s one of the biggest gatherings of the summer. Enjoy live music in the harbour with wonderful vendors spread out around the area. A wonderful fireworks display follows the event set to Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.
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Enjoy a 45-minute tour through Robert Bateman's gallery, located steps from our Victoria Terminal.
Learn about Bateman's evolution as an artist, and hear the stories behind his works of art.
The tour is free with admission. Visit the website for more information.
Visit beautiful Moss St. just a short distance from downtown! Providing local and organic farm-fresh produce, local foods, handmade crafts, artisan clothing, inspiring services and community education to folks from the entire Victoria & area region!
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Don't miss out on some of the finest local produce, handicrafts, cheeses, wines, and meats at Victoria's Sunday Farmer's Market at The Hudson Public Market. Browse the many vendor stalls from as close as Saanich and as far as Saltspring Island! The freshness and quality can't be beat, and the prices are sure to entice. The Hudson Public Market also features several permanent vendors selling artisan cheeses, specialty olive oils and vinegars, and more, with a number of delicious food stalls and shops offering up delicious, affordable lunches.
Check it out, you won't be sorry you did!
Enjoy free entrance to the Olympic National Park on the following dates in 2020:
The Olympic Peninsula's best stop for locally grown food and local crafts.
The market has a wide range of organic and sustainably grown fruits and vegetables, as well as grass fed and pasteurized meats and eggs.
Check out their website for a full list of vendors and more information.
Enjoy the 4th of July in Seattle’s Lake Union with one of the nation’s best firework shows as voted by USA TODAY. The Seafair Summer 4th fireworks display is fully choregraphed to an amazing musical score. Admission is free but there are options for paid reserved seating for a better view of the show.
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The 39th annual bite of Seattle features 200+ food & specialty vendors, Craft Beer & Cider Tasting, 70+ live bands, along with outdoor beer gardens, live cooking demos. There’s lots for every foodie and craft beer enthusiast to enjoy.
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Enjoy a one-hour guided tour of the oldest running market in the United States!
Check out the original Starbucks, as well as the world famous fish throwing Pike Place Fish boys. Browse through over 200-year round commercial businesses, 190 craftspeople, 100 farmers, and 240 street performers and musicians.
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Savor some of Seattle's finest foods on this 2.5 hour BIG bites tour. Wonder through the Public Market and taste 8 to 9 delicious samplers including fresh gourmet sausages, crepes, America's best clam chowder, Alaskan King Salmon, and much more!
Tours run daily at 10:30am and 2:30pm - Be sure to reserve as they are known to sell out fast!
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The perfect tour for a craft beer enthusiast - Tour and sample 3 breweries in 3 hours.
This tour takes you to on a craft beer adventure through Seattle. Learn about the different types of beer, beer making process, each unique brewery, and Seattle history along the way.
For more information and to reserve your spot, click here.