Downtown Victoria Tour
Pandora Avenue – Sightseeing Guide

Pandora Avenue runs east-west through downtown Victoria between Johnson Street and Fisgard Street.

Here is a map showing the location of Pandora Avenue:

1601-1613 Store Street, now Swan's Hotel. Originally built in 1913 as a warehouse for Scott & Peden, a feed and grain company

1601-1613 Store Street, now Swan’s Hotel. at Pandora Avenue. Originally built in 1913 as a warehouse for Scott & Peden, a feed and grain company

Pandora Avenue – 500 Block

The 500 block of Pandora Avenue runs between Store Street and Government Street.

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Victoria City Hall, designed by architect John Teague. The original section of the building dates from 1878. The majority of the present building was added during subsequent additons in 1881 and 1890-91.

Victoria City Hall, designed by architect John Teague, at the corner of Pandora Avenue and Douglas Street. The original section of the building dates from 1878. The majority of the present building was added during subsequent additions in 1881 and 1890-91.

Pandora Avenue – 600 Block

The 600 block of Pandora Avenue runs between Government Street and Douglas Street.

Broad Street intersects Pandora Avenue in the middle of the 600 block.

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715 Pandora Avenue (right) and 727 Pandora Avenue (left). (photo: Victoria Online Sightseeing)

715 Pandora Avenue (right) and 727 Pandora Avenue (left). (photo: Victoria Online Sightseeing)

The Congregation Emanu-el, 1461 Blanshard Street. Dedicated in 1863, it is the oldest synagogue in western Canada

The Congregation Emanu-el, 1461 Blanshard Street, at Pandora Avenue. Dedicated in 1863, it is the oldest synagogue in western Canada

Pandora Avenue – 800 Block

The 800 Block of Pandora Avenue runs between Blanshard Street and Quadra Street.

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The Victoria Conservatory of Music, 907 Pandora Avenue. The building was designed in 1890 by architect Thomas Hooper as the First Methodist Church.

The Victoria Conservatory of Music, 907 Pandora Avenue. The building was designed in 1890 by architect Thomas Hooper as the First Methodist Church.

Pandora Avenue – 900 Block

The 900 Block of Pandora Avenue runs between Quadra Street and Vancouver Street.

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