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Home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, the Parliament Buildings are open to the public from 8:30am to 4:30pm Mondays to Fridays year-round. They are open to the public on weekends from the 3rd weekend in May to the first weekend in...more
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Hours Today: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
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501 Belleville St, Victoria, British Columbia V8V 1X4, Canada
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This is a beautiful building. There are queues to get in and you should check the web site for the times of tours.
We called in at the Legislative Dining Room for breakfast and so did not have to queue again to get into the...More
A Historical & Beautiful building with so much of history.
Very well maintained, although very old.
Looks so amazing when its lit at night.
Even if you do not go inside, (we could not due to lack of time) it is worthwhile coming over to...More
We wandered around a little whilst waiting for the guided tour to start which was very interesting and guided by a very enthusiastic young guy who knew his stuff. A worthwhile way to spend an hour or two particularly if wet outside. We also ate...More
Lots of pictures and historical information. Check times on the website for tours or do the self-guided tour.
Note that as a government building there is a security check point to go through, but as this is Canada, they security officers are very polite!
There are several free tours of the parliament buildings during the week day. The building is lovely, with many stained glass windows, wood panels and staircases. The boilings are lit up at night and are lovely to see.
We visited the building at day at night. It’s definitely an eye catcher and you can’t miss it once you at the inner harbor. At night it looks even better since the entire front of the parliament building is lighted by many little bulbs! Looks...More
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit. We knew nothing about the history beforehand and our guide Nicholas made it a rich learning experience, mixing information and humour in perfect proportion.
Afterwards we enjoyed an excellent (and very reasonably priced) lunch in the Legislative...More