Chemainus Theater Matinee, Vancouver Island, BC
great alternative to the frenzy of Victoria!
Get out of town for a day of fantastic scenery, unique shopping,
seat gripping theater, and learn the history behind the world’s
largest outdoor art gallery: Chemainus “the little town that
South Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Minimum 6 - Maximum None
|Activity Level :
Easy: A little walking required
$120 CAD plus GST
No Age restrictions
Year round Wednesday thru Saturday.
Call to Book Your Dates!
From your Hotel or residence in Victoria at 9 AM
This tour is also available from other points in British Columbia.
Call for info.
Back at your Hotel or residence in Victoria by 6 PM
services of a driver/guide
• all transportation
guided tour of the Chemainus Murals
• lunch at the Chemainus
• Show of the day, show
|Does Not Include:
• liquor with lunch
• over-night accommodations
• marine charters
Comfortable shoes, Sun screen, Camera
We will pick you up at your Hotel or place of residence at 9 AM for
a drive over the spectacular Malahat Pass. Enroute
we will stop at Goldstream Provincial Park, known
for it’s old-growth trees and the tens of thousands of salmon
that migrate up the Goldstream River each fall to spawn.
We will also stop at the Split Rock Viewpoint where
your guide will point out interesting landmarks and you are provided
with the most scenic view of Saanich Peninsula, the
Gulf Islands and the San Juan Islands.
Great opportunity for photos.
Then it’s on through the Cowichan Valley, past
vineyards, grazing cattle and sheep, auto wreckers, (did I say auto
wreckers?) to Chemainus.
Known as “the little town that did©,” this community has
adorned the outside walls of the town with larger than life depictions
of its history and heritage.
Your guide will provide you with a guided tour of the murals and other
historic sites and you will have about an hour to stroll through the
quaint and varied shops before sitting down to lunch at the Chemainus
Theater where you will enjoy the performance of the day.
The show is over about 4 PM, at which time we retrace our steps home.