Point Ellice House is a Municipal, Provincial, and National historic site. Admission provides visitors with a guided tour of the home and gardens. Be sure to allow for time to fully explore the grounds including the waterfront access, shoreline trail, gardens, and activities on the lawn.
** Please note that as of August 2018 we are no longer serving weekly afternoon tea
We are located at 2616 Pleasant Street, Victoria, British Columbia.An enlarged version of the map can be found at OpenStreetMaps.org
By Car: Pleasant Street is located off of Bay Street. Point Ellice House is at the end of the street, on the left.
By Bus: Take the #10 or the #14 on BC Transit. Depending on your direction, get off at either Westbound Bay at Turner or Eastbound Bay at Turner.
By Foot or Bike: From Victoria’s Inner Harbour you can cross over the Johnson Street Bridge and take the Galloping Goose Trail to the Point Ellice Bridge. Cross over the Point Ellice Bridge and Pleasant Street will be the first street on your left.
From Government Street, walk west down Bay Street until your reach Pleasant Street. If you cross over the Point Ellice Bridge you’ve gone too far!
By Boat: The Victoria Harbour Ferry & Water Taxi stops at Point Ellice House. You can also visit us in your stand up paddle board, kayak, or canoe – our dock has a spot for you to tie up.
Rates do not include tax
Point Ellice House is currently closed for the season.
While not open to the public, the site will be busy as the heritage house and grounds will be undergoing a series of maintenance projects.
Watch for announcements and news on our Facebook page.
Questions? 250-380-6506 or Info@PointElliceHouse.com