Downtown Victoria Tour
Belleville Street – Sightseeing Guide

Belleville Street runs east-west to the south of Victoria’s Inner Harbour.
 
 
Here is a map showing the location of Belleville Street
 
 

 
 
Here is a Google Street View image of Belleville Street between Government Street and Menzies Street:

 
 

 
 
 
Here are some of the sights along Belleville Street:
 
 

The Steamship Terminal, 396-470 Belleville Street, built in 1924 by architects Francis Rattenbury and Percy Leonard James.

The Steamship Terminal, 396-470 Belleville Street, built in 1924 by architects Francis Rattenbury and Percy Leonard James. Seen from Belleville Street.

396-470 Belleville Street – Steamship Terminal

Built in 1924 by architects Francis Rattenbury and Percy Leonard James for the C.P.R., which used it as its Victoria Steamship Terminal.

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B.C. Legislature Building501 Belleville Street

 

Inner Harbour Causeway

 

The Empress Hotel and the Causeway, seen from the Steamship Terminal on Belleville Street

The Empress Hotel and the Causeway, seen from the Steamship Terminal on Belleville Street

Empress Hotel – 721 Government Street

The Empress Hotel was built between 1904 and 1908 by architect Francis Rattenbury for the Canadian Pacific Railway as part of its Canada wide chain of hotels.

 

 

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Wawadit'la, also known as Mungo Martin House, was built on this site in 1953. The Kwakwaka'walw Heraldic Pole in front of the building was also carved in 1953.

Wawadit’la, also known as Mungo Martin House, was built on this site in 1953. The Kwakwaka’walw Heraldic Pole in front of the building was also carved in 1953.

Thunderbird Park – Belleville Street at Douglas Street

 

 

 

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The Crystal Garden, 701-711 Douglas Street

The Crystal Garden, 701-711 Douglas Street

Crystal GardenDouglas Street at Belleville Street

The Crystal Garden was built in 1925 by architects Francis Rattenbury and Percy Leonard James for the Canadian Pacific Railway, which used it as a swimming pool and convention center for the Empress Hotel.

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