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For a reservation contact:  John & Nancy Legate,  Phone: (250) 656-6831,  Email: jjlegate@shaw.ca

Sidney offers many exciting things to do for every season of the year.

  • Unique Shops and Bookstores: Park your car and stroll down Beacon Avenue to explore the shops and bookstores. Visit the Scottish Croft, House Dressing Company, Village Gallery, Peninsula Gallery, Tradewinds Antiques, Mineral world, and many more.
  • Whale Museum: Tour this unique museum, wander along the Port Sidney promenade, visit the marinas or explore the shores.
  • Airplane Museum: Spend a few hours at the BC Aviation Museum. The Aviation Museum Society is dedicated to collecting and restoring aircraft and artifacts related to the history of aviation in Canada.
  • Cozy Restaurants: Stop for a rest and a bite to eat at any of the over 30 great cafes and restaurants in town and at the waters edge, offering Greek, Chinese, English Fish & Chips, and Japanese specialties.
  • Shaw Aquarium: Children will enjoy The Shaw Centre for the Salish Sea. Experience 160 species of marine life, a marine mammal artifact exhibit, and a unique Coast Salish art collection.
  • Hiking and Biking: Take the Lochside Trail which connects to the Galloping Goose Trail, a 60 km route that extends throughout the area and is part of the Trans-Canada Trail system.
  • John Dean Provincial Park: This park is located at the top of Lauwelnew (Mount Newton), 5 km from Sidney. The park's 173 hectares (427 acres) include 10 km of hiking trails that pass through meadows, woodlands, marshes and the last stand of old growth trees on the Saanich Peninsula.
  • Community Theatre: Be pleasantly entertained by the Peninsula Players Community Theatre group.
  • Holiday Parades: Enjoy the Canada Day parade on the July 1st holiday. In December, watch for the Santa Claus parade and the evening sail past of decorated sailboats, yachts and marine craft.
  • On the Water: Enjoy charter fishing, whale watching, canoeing, and kayaking, or enjoy the annual Slegg boat-building competition.
  • Golf Courses: Take in a round of golf at Ardmore, Glen Meadows, or Cedar Hill Golf Courses.