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Great Street

Shelbourne Street is a major artery that connects Saanich to downtown Victoria. It is lined with a... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2017
TravelOften1968
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Johannesburg, South Africa
A long and winding road.

The street is busy, But everyone seems to manage to drive, walk, bike, shop, crossit, keep it clean... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2013
oceanspray726
,
Victoria, Canada
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2 Jul 2017
“Shop & Dine!”
24 Jan 2017
“Great Street”
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A busy shopping street that is rumored to be haunted every October between 2:00 - 3:00 am.
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Shelbourne St. | 4200 Shelbourne Street, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed 2 July 2017

Best way to access this street is by vehicle or tansit, it's well worth the time, as you can find your shopping needs or find a great restaurant.

Thank sashakeena
Reviewed 25 January 2017

Shelbourne Street is a major artery that connects Saanich to downtown Victoria. It is lined with a lot of shops and then houses. It is a very nice street.

Thank TravelOften1968
Reviewed 28 December 2016

Mixture of homes, businesses, gas stations and shopping, stretched out from hospital north to Cordova Bay Road, narrow in spots, heavy traffic, noisy for those living in the residential. Not my first choice to walk and enjoy a variety of old, new, and unique. I'm...More

Thank Challenger01
Reviewed 8 October 2015

Best way to travel along this street is by car or the local transit bus system. We visited the Hillside Shopping Mall this past weekend and most shoppers will find what they need or require!

Thank sashakeena
Reviewed 20 September 2015

You can take the local transit, or drive (best). Plenty of shops, including Hillside Mall. Lots of dining choices (from take-out to eat-in). All the major banks, and various support shops (laundry, etc). A nice drive in the northern section, as you approach Mt. Douglas...More

Thank runawaywinterbirds
Reviewed 1 August 2015

This should not even be on your listing or should read anywhere on any street in any town in the world

Thank TJ J
Reviewed 2 November 2013 via mobile

This street is a street like any one of hundreds. In places it's too narrow and every part is too busy with fast traffic. You might use it if you wanted to get quickly between two places but if you're walking or riding I would...More

1  Thank klimazz
Reviewed 27 October 2013

A widely documented and experienced time warp or vortex is supposed to occur on Shelbourne St. A strange phenomenon has been reported over many years along a two-block stretch of Shelbourne Street (between Hillside Avenue and Pearl Street). Motorists, usually late at night when traffic...More

6  Thank Canadiatravelgoddess
Reviewed 12 May 2013

The street is busy, But everyone seems to manage to drive, walk, bike, shop, crossit, keep it clean and wish for it to be wider. The best area to visit from it is near to Mt Douglas Park and Mountain. It connects you to University...More

Thank oceanspray726
Reviewed 14 April 2013

I lived on Shelbourne st near king st and while the 100 year old home i lived in was haunted (chairs moving across the kitchen, appliances going on and off, lights flickering, doors opening on their own etc) I never really had any unusual experiences...More

4  Thank Brea K
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