Be A Tourist In Your Hometown attractionsvictoria.com/be-a-tourist
March 1st – 3rd
Your pass gives you complimentary or reduced rate admission to many of Victoria’ top attractions all weekend long. $15 for 1 ticket/$25 for 2
Victoria Flower Count flowercount.com
March 6th – 13th
For one week, the citizens of Greater Victoria count all the blossoms they can see and the results are reported to Flower Count Headquarters with opportunities to win prizes along the way!
That Elusive Spark www.langhamtheatre.ca
February 27th – Mar 16
Langham Court Theatre
Phineas Gage was a construction foreman who miraculously survived an iron rod piercing his brain in 1848 (true story). Present-day neuropsychologist Helen Harlow, a direct descendant of the doctor who treated Phineas’ injury, expertly understands the human brain, yet her own remains a mystery. Their stories entwine, showing how far we have advanced scientifically and yet how little we still comprehend of how our own minds work.
Butchart Gardens “Spring Prelude” www.butchartgardens.com/
Until March 17th
While the outdoor gardens sleep, the indoor gardens come to life. Stroll along the flagstone pathways while breathing in the subtle fragrance of flowering shrubs and flowers.
St. Patrick’s Day Weekend at Irish Times Pub irishtimespub.ca
March 15th – 17th
Irish Times Pub, 1200 Government St.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day weekend at the best Irish Pub in North America with live music, rugby, Irish Dancers, and more! $20 Admission
Capital City Comic Con capitalcitycomiccon.ca
March 22nd – 24th
Victoria Conference Centre
Three days dedicated to comics, toys, games, family fun, science fiction, special guests and pop culture of all kinds.