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Just around the corner from Victoria's Inner Harbour, Fisherman's Wharf is a hidden treasure waiting to be discovered. This unique marine destination offers food kiosks, unique shops and eco-tour adventures in the heart of the working harbour...more
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1 Dallas Rd, Victoria, British Columbia V8V 0B2, Canada
All reviews floating houses fish and chips water taxi float homes fish store resident seals fishing boats mexican food food vendors fun place to visit whale watching harbour ferry nice walk sunny day walk around inner harbor sea lions
What a fascinating place this is. We walked along looking at al the floating homes, envying these people the lifestyle. There was a huge variety of food places and plenty to choose from. We spent most of the day just wandering
Just a brief walk from downtown Victoria, Fisherman’s Wharf is one of those “must visit” sites in the city. The space is relatively small, but has much to offer: gift shops, whale watching tours, kayak rentals, live seafood for purchase, restaurants and moorage. For me,...More
This place represents the city of Victoria...fish, the sea, the views....the noise of the seaplanes
To go there is a nice walk from the downtown or any other part...you can have a walk and see the float houses, have fish and chips, or an ice-cream....More
I love the ocean and all things 'ships' so a visit to the Fisherman's Wharf in Victoria was high on my list of places to visit. The shop keepers were friendly and the merchandise nicely presented, but there were too few shops to explore. I...More
We walked to Fisherman's Wharf in the evening by the waterside (via Laurel Point). Nice paved walk, so much quieter than the streetside. And then you arrive at the floating homes, some painted very colourful. We witnessed an awsome sunset.
Plan not to arrive at...More
Very small pier with not too many places to eat or relax. Clean, but not too appealing to have a meal there. We were there mainly to board the boat to go whale watching.
It is also a water taxi stop, so it does have...More
We visited here in October. It was the last day the water taxis were running so we were lucky to get to get over there that way. We ate at The Fish Store and had a wonderful lunch there. It was a fun filled day...More
It's about a 5 block walk. All flat but a good 15 minutes. Might be too far for your Mom
although there are many benches to stop and rest in between or you can take a Kabuki cab ( bicycle with trailer)