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Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites
Surrounded by BC and Washington state coastal landscapes, 14 km west of downtown Victoria, explore Fort Rodd Hill, a 19th-century west coast artillery fortress on active duty from 1895 to 1956 and Fisgard Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse on Canada's west coast. Open year-round, with daily interpretive programs, events and access to all historic buildings and site's amenities in the summer, and the historic site's grounds and washrooms in the winter.
Entrance gate, historic buildings and facilities.
Map and description.
Make a reservation for oTENTiks and select activities.
Daily visitor fees, seasonal and annual admission passes, oTENTiks, special programs, and more. Free admission for youth.
Annual admission passes. Wedding, photography and commercial filming permits.
Weddings and special events.
Accessible trails, oTENTik, facilities and experiences, audio-guided brochure and wheelchair to borrow.
What to know before travel: facilities and visitor facility improvements.
Discover what Parks Canada in British Columbia has to offer.
Directions and distances to Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse NHS by air, car, bike and ferry.
603 Fort Rodd Hill Road
Victoria BC V9C 2W8
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