Fodor's Expert Review Emily Carr House

Downtown Victoria Museum/Gallery
One of Canada's most celebrated artists and a respected writer, Emily Carr (1871–1945) lived in this extremely proper, wooden Victorian house before she abandoned her middle-class life to live in the wilds of British Columbia. Carr's own descriptions, from her autobiography Book of Small, were used to restore the house. Art on display includes reproductions of Carr's work—visit the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria or the Vancouver Art Gallery to see the originals.
Museum/Gallery Local Interest–Sight Historical Cruise

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207 Government St.
Victoria, British Columbia  V8V 2K8, Canada

250-383–5843

www.emilycarr.com

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: C$6.75, Closed Sun.–Mon. May–Sept; Closed Oct.–Apr.

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