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Beacon Hill Park

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“baby goats”(116 reviews)
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This park holds a tree planted by Winston Churchill in 1929.
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Douglas St and Dallas Rd, Victoria, British Columbia V8V, Canada
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+1 250-361-0600
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Reviewed today via mobile

Victoria is such a beautiful city and has many beautiful parks. This one is lovely and peaceful and husbands won’t mind going there. We were fortunate that the peacocks were strutting there stuff when we were there and put on quite a show.

Thank Laureeeta18
Reviewed yesterday

They had a little zip line and other playground equipment not in standard parks. Love the goats at the petting zoo.

Thank Raquel H
Reviewed yesterday

The park was very pleasant walking through on a hot day. I was surprised by the fenced in rose garden, with many peacocks and their chicks in a flower bed just outside.

Thank Terry R
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

An easy walk from the harbour (20 min), Beacon Hill park is a beautiful park to check out. Lots of beautiful flower beds, fountains and rose gardens. At the far end of the park you can walk a path that leads to the ocean and...More

Thank SLB111
Reviewed 2 days ago

We took our grandson to this park, to go to the Beacon Hill Children's Farm, then to the water park after that. He loved the water park. lots of kids to play with. He also loved the children's farm too. The Children's Farm was great...More

Thank teenytinyterri
Reviewed 3 days ago

Every day, twice a day, the children's petting zoo hosts a 'running of the goats'. This is an amazing experience that should not be missed by anyone!!!

Thank OwletteKitty
Reviewed 3 days ago

Beacon Hill is a beautiful place to spend some time during a summer day. Fountains, nesting herons, immaculate flower displays, a petting zoo, the world's highest totem pole, views of the Pacific at one end, and five minutes from the inner harbour at the other....More

2  Thank SimonJA64
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We were staying at the Fairmont, Empress hotel and didn’t even realise how close the park was. You can wander through the park, past fountains and lakes and peacocks and an open air stage. Lots of magnificent planting of shrubs and flowers, but to find...More

2  Thank GSD250
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Excellent park; wonderful layout and lots to see. One side of it looks pretty dull. Go to the other sides to see the true beauty!

Thank Steve R
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

My first marriage was in this park. I used to play tennis here. It's lovely and between the baby animals, duck and swan ponds and the scenic vistas it well with the visit.

Thank pondsidemusic
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Toshiaki O
June 20, 2018|
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Response from 01mswall | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sorry about the delay in replying. Victoria Parks regulations state that there must be no fires other than in designated fire pits. I am not aware of any fire pits in Beacon Hill Park. The best idea, if not too late, is... More
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May 25, 2018|
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Response from fred p | Reviewed this property |
There are many beautiful areas in the park for a picnic. Tables or on a blanket. Enjoy the gardens.
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Response from ruth92018 | Reviewed this property |
As the park is quite large, there are numerous places that you. can have a picnic. It would depend if you like a shady area or a sunlit place where you can look at the water. Some people enjoy sitting on a bench. watching... More
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