port call victorla
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Ship tours are the way to go for many options, due to the short time.
In addition to attractions noted by others, a walk on Government St. visiting its unique shops is always fun and there are two horse drawn carriage excursion operators and any number of pedi-cabs. People also enjoy riding the Harbour Ferries which make a stop at Fisherman's Wharf which is just a few minutes from the cruise terminal. Here is also a link to some self-guided walking tours.
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Research the activities the city has to offer in the evenings. I definitely wouldn't do any ship excursion. Just enjoy the city on your own.
If you like tea, I highly recommend a visit to Murchies on Government Street. We actually go for the wonderful pastries. They have good coffee too. . It's on our "must-do" list every time we go.
I don't know that the Museum is open that late, but it a wonderful one.
Enjoy wandering around the inner harbor, up government street and through the Empress.
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Will have last stop in victoria in late may.ship will dock between 6pm and 12 mid night.I would like to have informatioj on what you can do in such a short time.would like to know can you walk of ship andsee any worth while sights.We also have a short eve stop in Victoria for the last night of our cruise. We are looking at doing the English Pub Tour either on our own or possibly through the ships excursions. Thought it would be a nice way to see the city and enjoyable end to our week. With that said, I don't think we will plan anything in advance and decide before we pull into port.