Kid Friendly Museums In Victoria, BC
We found 21
One of the foremost cultural institutions in the world. The museum was founded in 1886; the archives in 1894. In 2003 these two organizations integrated to become British Columbia's combined provincial museum and archives.
This must see zoo offers locals and visitors an opportunity to view and experience multi-legged creatures from around the world in a safe, fun and friendly atmosphere.
Dino Lab Inc. is a dinosaur museum, restoration prep lab, and gift shop. We offer guided tours, birthday parties, school/community presentations and can schedule private digs for you at several US quarries. See our website for more services.
Kids Art Studio offers art classes to all ages, Paint Nights and birthday party's. Each class is taught step by step for easy learning and instant results. All materials supplied, take home all Art. For more details visit www.shannahamilton.ca
Through the centuries, nature has shaped the people and the history of the southwest coast of Vancouver Island. Presentation of this fascinating story, where the rainforest meets the sea, is the mission of the Sooke Region Museum.
Christ Church Cathedral School is Victoria's Anglican Elementary and Middle School, welcoming children from all backgrounds. CCCS is an affordable independent school with exceptional results.
Over 85 exciting miniature dioramas and displays. Welcome to Miniature World -- one of the most popular tourist attractions in downtown Victoria, BC, Canada.
Explore the many facets of Fort Rodd Hill, a 100-year-old coast artillery fort and Fisgard Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse on the west coast of Canada. Two national historic sites on Victoria's doorstep.
Experienced professional figurative sculptor working in clay and bronze, producing sculptures that capture the truest sense of the human spirit. Commissions accepted. Sculpture classes for adults - individualized instruction in small groups.
Located a short drive or a leisurely walk from the downtown harbour. You’ll find us just off Fort Street at 1050 Joan Crescent, with parking available on site and along the street where indicated.
Take a walk through time and discover the natural history of the area, followed by regularly updated permanent displays. In addition to its permanent exhibits, the Museum also features rotating temporary exhibits on a diverse range of topics.
Marcela Strasdas is Victoria based painter who loves painting landscapes, still-lifes and florals in acrylics and oils.
Friends of Tigger's offers licensed before and afterschool care, as well as a Summer camp program for children in Kindergarten to Grade 5. We also provide care during Pro-D Days, Spring break and Christmas break.
Architectural Walking Tours in Victoria
Welcome to the Aquarium of the Salish Sea! Come face-to-face with over 3,000 animals from 150 different species. Located on Sidney's waterfront, just 25 mins from Victoria. Open daily 10am.
The 1865 Ross Bay Villa Historic House Museum has been carefully restored to the period when Frances Roscoe, Member of Parliament and his wife Anna Leticia lived in the house with their 5 children.
A public art museum dedicated to the celebration of art. With vision, leadership and scholarship, we engage and inspire diverse audiences through exhibition, interpretation, stewardship of the collection.
Kids Klub Before & After School Care Programs provide child care support for busy families in the greater Victoria area.
Be a Local Tourist is an extended weekend of fun in Victoria, BC! Local businesses unite to offer free or discounted fun over the course of 5 days. Gardens, restaurants, boutique ice cream shops, tours and so much more!
NatureSketch, a Bateman Foundation initiative based out of the Robert Bateman Centre, aims to inspire appreciation of the natural world using a pencil and a sketchbook, offering a cultural lens for exploring the outdoors.
A visit to the Maritime Museum of BC is a chance for the whole family to experience British Columbia’s marine heritage.
That's all 21 places matching your criteria. Know of one we're missing?