St. Ann's Academy National Historic Site
St. Ann's Academy Chapel, a magnificent historic treasure from 1858.
Begun as Victoria's tallest masonry building, this former French-Canadian convent and school (1871-1973), set in 6 park-like acres and now housing modern offices, contains a magnificently restored 1858 chapel and some restored interiors.
St. Ann's Academy National Historic Site Meeting Facility
- # of Rooms: 2
- Total Sqft.: 9,220
- Theatre Capacity: 200
- Banquet Capacity: 800
- Reception Capacity: 60
- Description: Looking for a unique venue for your next meeting or reception? St. Ann's 1910 Auditorium seats 200 in a theatre-like setting with original stain glass windows and some audio/visual equipment available. Plan a garden party for 150 in the Novitiate Garden, or a more intimate cocktail-style reception for 60 in the historic parlour and foyer. The Academy Green can accommodate up to 800 for a tented reception; it is also perfect for tented trade show or festival. If you are planning a wedding, the restored 1858 interfaith chapel with original stain glass and 23 karat gold decoration provides an intimate setting for up to 150 guests.