Timings : Royal British Columbia Museum: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
Fridays and Saturdays (May - October): 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Time Required : 1 day.
Entry Fee : RBC Museum: CAD 16 for adults, with discounts available for students, children and the elderly.
The most visited neighbourhood in Victoria for most tourists, the Inner Harbour offers interesting panoramas, pedestrian-friendly streets, street vendors, eateries, and the famous Royal British Columbia Museum, with the government buildings.
The Inner Harbour is truly the most beautiful neighbourhood in Victoria, boasting of a landscape dotted with multicoloured boats and government buildings, with an old-world charm to its streets and establishments. Horse-drawn carriages are commonplace in the area, as are traditional British double-decker buses. The Royal British Columbia Museum is also the biggest attraction in the area- it offers a view into the culture and history of the region, and is comprehensive with many interactive sessions. Exhibits include tribal artefacts, natural history displays and even replicas of Colonial-era settlements. Government buildings can be looked at from the outside, with beautiful architecture, ideal for photography. The place is also dotted with small chic eateries, which are great for tourists.