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Accessible Victoria

Follow your own path, down some of ours. Greater Victoria welcomes visitors of all abilities to experience our one-of-a-kindland on the Pacific coast. Discover some of our destination’s top accessible dining, accommodation and attractions that offer an unforgettable and safe experience for your next visit to the Garden City.


Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe hotel in Victoria, BC

Delta Hotels by Marriott Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort

Situated across from the Inner Harbour and perched on the picturesque Songhees Waterfront in Victoria is the Delta Oceanpointe Resort, one of the city’s most beautiful and upscale hotels. 

Oak Bay Beach Hotel in Victoria, BC

Oak Bay Beach Hotel

In the heart of Oak Bay, known for its beautiful character homes and sandy beaches, is the much loved luxury hotel, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel, which offers deluxe lodgings with some accessible suites, which could work for folks with disabilities.



Victoria Art Gallery

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

Home to BC’s largest collection of visual arts with over 20,000 works, and a permanent exhibition of Asian art, as well as an impressive permanent collection of Victoria’s best-known and beloved artist, Emily Carr.

Victoria Butterfly Garden

Victoria Butterfly Gardens

Located in the heart of Central Saanich, is a local attraction sure to delight all ages. The Victoria Butterfly Gardens was opened in 2008 and has been pleasing fans of butterflies (and other interesting creatures) ever since.

Eagle Wing Whale Watching in Victoria, BC

Eagle Wing Whale & Wildlife Watching

Eagle Wing Whale & Wildlife Watching Tours has vessels and a crew that have safety, accessibility and spectacular wildlife viewing all as their top priority. 


More Accessible Attractions

Greater Victoria welcomes visitors of all abilities. An accessible Greater Victoria visit offers an unforgettable and safe experience for your next trip to the Garden City.

Food & Drink

Ithaka Greek Restaurant in Victoria, BC

Ithaka Greek Restaurant

A quick glance at Ithaka Greek Restaurant from the street and you might think there's no way that it’s an accessible place to eat, but it absolutely is. Inside the unique building, the food, atmosphere and service make Ithaka a lovely spot for a special occasion, a romantic evening or dinner with friends.

A group dining at Whistle Buoy Brewing in Victoria, BC

Whistle Buoy Brewing

Tucked down in Market Square in the heart of Victoria’s old town district you’ll find Whistle Buoy Brewing, which is a welcoming and wheelchair accessible space serving up delicious craft beers, made right on the premises.


Getting Here

A woman using a wheelchair in Vancouver Airport

YYJ - Victoria International Airport

Accessibility is taken very seriously at YYJ. Parking lots are located close by to the terminal, and several accessible spaces are available. 

Harbour Air Seaplane landing in Victoria BC

Harbour Air Seaplanes

All passengers travelling with Harbour Air must be ambulatory in order to fly. Passengers must have the ability to walk on and off the aircraft with minimal or no assistance.


Getting Around

An accessible needs traveller explores the Ogden Point Breakwater in Victoria, BC

Freedom Adventure Bus

The Freedom Adventure Bus offers inclusive transportation for accessible needs travellers. It provides an avenue for exploring the region's attractions with ease and comfort.

Accessible Travel Itinerary

Discover a one-of-a-kindland on the Pacific coast at your own pace, in your own style. With so much to see and explore, Victoria is your next accessible vacation destination.

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Robert Bateman Gallery in Victoria, BC

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Destination Greater Victoria is honoured to be based on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples of the Songhees Nation and the Esquimalt Nation, whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.