Craigdarroch Castle is one of the most famous tourist spots in Victoria. Join this pedicab tour to see the landmark in a unique way! Your professional guide will take you to Lieutenant Governor's Park, where Queen Elizabeth slept, past some of Victoria's oldest and grandest churches, and inside the castle itself.
- Done in English
Craigdarroch Castle is an old Scottish castle that sits at the highest peak in Victoria. Built in the late 1880s for a very wealthy baron, this castle displays the opulence of the Victorian era. The castle is perched beside grounds of Lieutenant Governor's Park, where Queen Elizabeth slept during her visit to Victoria. The gardens offer remarkable dazzling mountain views, a Japanese garden, Rhododendrons, a classic English rose garden and a host of West Coast garden scenes.
You will also visit the oldest and largest churches in Victoria. The route passes several characterful houses, offering guests a taste of Victoria's charm.
This tour is seasonal and only operates from February to November.
Starting point :
The tour departs from outside your hotel or in front of the Empress Lobby Hotel entrance, which is prominently located in the inner harbor.
Departure time :
You can choose the departure time that suits you
Return to the starting point approximately 2 hours after departure