In Victoria, as in the rest of British Columbia, the most popular souvenirs are First Nations arts and crafts, which you can pick up at shops, galleries, street markets, and—in some cases—directly from artists' studios. Look for silver jewelry and cedar boxes carved with traditional images and, especially around Duncan (in the Cowichan Valley), the thick hand-knit sweaters made by the Cowichan people. BC wines, from shops in Victoria or directly from the wineries, make good souvenirs, as most are unavailable outside the province. Shopping in Victoria is easy: virtually everything is in the Downtown area on or near Government Street stretching north from the Fairmont Empress hotel.

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  • 1. Breakwater Market

    Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    Located at Ogden Point close to the cruise-ship terminal, this small, oceanfront farmers' market runs July and August, 11–4, featuring artisan...Read More

  • 2. James Bay Community Market

    Downtown | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    Organic food, local produce, creative crafts, and live music draw shoppers to this summer Saturday market south of the Inner Harbour. Look for...Read More

  • 3. Moss Street Market

    Fairfield | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    Make it, bake it, or grow it" is the rule for vendors at this street market, held 10 to 2 on Saturday from May through October. ...Read More

  • 4. Sidney Thursday Night Market

    Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    More than 150 vendors of food, arts, crafts, and more take over the main street of this town, a 30-minute drive north of Victoria, each Thursday...Read More

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