Christ Church Cathedral

One of Victoria’s historical landmarks built in 1896, Christ Church Cathedral is the episcopal seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of British Columbia. It is built in the Gothic style of the 13th century to the design of J.C.M. Keith, who won an international competition in 1896 to obtain this commission.

After visiting the cathedral, take a walk down Victoria’s Antique Row found on Fort Street between, Blanshard and Cook Street. Here you will find a delightful section of antique shops that may leave you feeling like you’re visiting a bit of England.