Bigbus Travelling Route

Bigbus Stops for Major Tourist Spots

The Big Bus Victoria Welcome Center At 811 Government Street. It all starts here. Tickets, maps and schedules, for Victoria's best open-top bus tour.
Ocean Point At the entrance to the Delta Hotel tennis courts. Fine dining and a scenic water-front walk can be found here.
China Town At the entrance to Fan Tan Alley, on Fisgard Street. Canada's oldest Chinatown is a must see destination.
Saint Andrews Cathedral In the loading zone right outside. Spectacular First Nations carvings grace the interior of this architectural treasure.
Christ Church Anglican Cathedral Across the street at the yellow curb. Dazzling stained glass fills this Gothic cathedral with inspiring light.
Saint Ann's Academy At the passenger loading zone near St. Joseph's. Cultured gardens and an interpretive center make for a refreshing and informative visit.
Royal B.C. Museum Across Bellville, at the Bus Stop. Your one stop destination for the natural and human history of Victoria and British Columbia.
Inner Harbour Stop In front of the Blackball Ferry Terminal. Tickets and information are also available from our staff at the kiosk here.
Harbour Towers In front of Huntingdon Manor.
James Bay In front of the Coast Victoria Hotel. The gateway to Victoria's oldest residential neighbourhood.
Fisherman's Wharf Park At the Bus Stop on Erie Street. Floating homes, charming shops and eateries can be found at historical Fisherman's Wharf.
Ogden Point Cruise Ship Terminal At the Bus Stop near Montreal Street. Access for cruise ship passengers and a spectacular walk along the Break Water.
Mile Zero Park Near the Terry Fox statue. Photo ops and scenic beach walks can be found at this unique location.
Beacon Hill Petting Zoo At the end of the angle parking, near the Goat Pen. Baby goats, golf, gardens, peacocks and picnics. A great place to relax.
Gonzales Beach (Foul Bay) At the Bus Stop. Bring a picnic, sunscreen and swimwear to this sheltered, sandy beach.
Oak Bay Marina Wait by the tour bus loading zone. We'll watch for you. Feed the harbour seals, admire the boats or feast at one of two fine eateries.
Oak Bay Village At the Bus Stop in front of Scotiabank. Go shopping or relax at one of the many fine pubs and cafes in this historic neighbourhood.
Government House Gardens Across from the entrance, near Joan Crescent. Do you love greenery? Look no further than this stately public garden.
Victoria Art Gallery On Moss Street, across from the parking lot. Many works by Emily Carr are housed here, along with a spectacular Oriental Art collection.
Craigdarroch Castle At the bus shelter with the castle's photo in it. No trip to Victoria is complete without a visit to this beautifully restored, stately home.
811 Government Street