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This is our 5th visit to your fabulous "Home away from Home" ! We consider the honeymoon suite "our room" (selfish aren't we :-)...
- Rhonda and Bud
Many greetings from Sylvia & Christiane, we often talk about the wonderful time doing the west coast trail and afterwards staying...
- Sylvia
Thank you for the wonderful hospitality. Family room #3 was perfect. We enjoyed the comfortable beds, the warm fireplace, cozy...
- Barbara & Courtney and Lee & Frank
Had a beautiful Honeymoon stay at Birds of a Feather, georgous views & wonderful people. Thank you very much we will be back (...
- Adam & Cambie Riley
Thank you God for a wonderful time ! "If there have slippers should better"., my BF says !
- Jun
We were married in the morning on Saturday in our church in the mountains of north Georgia. After a long flight to Seattle and a ferry...
- Sally & Ric
A lovely place. Thanks for the warm welcome - and especially that of Montgomery and Emily.
- Ruth & Ken
Thanks for making our first trip to Canada a memorable experience. Driving up north to Cherry Point winery was gorgeous, playing on...
- Melissa & Kyle
Beautiful location. We enjoy visiting with he other guests and seeing the scenery.
- Mike & Linda
WOW! Despite the fact that I've been looking forward to my stay here for quite some time, you have both exceeded my expectations....
- Ryan

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Helmcken House

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The Royal BC Museum anchors an area bounded by Douglas, Belleville and Government Streets, steps from Victoria’s Inner Harbour and across the street from BC’s Legislature Buildings. This cultural precinct includes the BC Archives; Helmcken House, St. Ann’s Schoolhouse, the Netherlands Carillon Tower, Thunderbird Park and Mungo Martin House - Wawadit’la.

Helmcken House was built by Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken and is the oldest house in British Columbia on its original site that still opens for the public. Dr. Helmcken, a surgeon with the Hudson’s Bay Company, set up house in Victoria when he married the daughter of Governor James Douglas in 1852. He went on to become a statesman and helped negotiate the entry of British Columbia into Canada, as a province. The good doctor’s original 19th century medical kit is among the interesting items on display.

Address: 
675 Belleville Street (Royal BC Museum)
Victoria, BC
Phone: 250-356-7226
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Phone: 
250-356-7226