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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
Put a visit to Fisherman's Wharf on your short list of things to do in Victoria. It's fun to see all the different floating houses, how each is decorated and furnished. Best fish and chips is reputedly the one on the wharf. Nice mix of...More
First time there. Loved the floating homes, the moored boats, the scenery all around, the cute restaurants, the whole ambience. The walkway from downtown leads to Fisherman's Wharf and I fully recommend visiting there.
Depending where is your hotel located you can reach it walking or by taxi boat.
Not to be missed with the floating boat for resident (!) and its stalls and restaurant, fish, Japanese, Mexican.
Departing point for whale watching excursion
A must do for catching...More
Pretty easy to get to - take a Harbour ferry or if driving, go South on Douglas or Government St and cross Belleville St. Turn right at the next stop light, Superior St. Follow Superior to the end (6-7 blocks) and just to your left...More
The perfect place to step out of downtown while visiting Victoria. The Fish Shoppe has hands down, the best menu for fish and chips. Its q treat to take a look at all of the floating homes, a great place to pick up a Harbour...More
Fisherman's Wharf is a beautiful spot on the tip of Victoria that caters to sightseeing of the harbour and surrounding areas. The famous seafood meals are moderately priced and delicious.
Fisherman's Wharf was also a disappointment to us. With the small parking area, to the...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)