Miniature World, Victoria

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Children’s Museum Specialty Museum
See tiny replicas of fantasy and historical worlds at Miniature World. Little kids and big kids alike will find something to interest and entertain them, with over 85 miniaturized dioramas to admire. See some of Canada's most famous natural and manmade wonders in moving scale models, including the Great Canadian Railway, and one of the world's smallest working sawmills. Head into the imaginative realm with a visit to Charles Dickens' London and King Arthur's Camelot. The tiny worlds come complete with moving components, sound, and lighting effects for an immersive experience on a small scale. By using our Victoria vacation trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Miniature World and other attractions in Victoria.
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  • Great place to explore when the weather keeps you in doors! So much fun to see all the exhibits and it seems every time you go you find some new little hidden scene or area. Great for all ages!  more »
  • You will actually need 1- 1 1/2 hours to go through this staple of Victoria tourist " things to do". Very interesting and amazing miniature scenes that were created decades ago but are still relevant....  more »
  • It is very good to experience such a place specially families with children, The very first part was the most enjoyable part for me  more »
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  • Loved this place! Highly recommend. I took my mum and my 2 year old. We all had a ball. We stayed for over an hour but easily could of stayed longer, just to look at all the small details but the toddler wanted to keep going. It's great for all ages.
  • Raised in Victoria. Left at 38. Some of my most fondest memories are participating in 'Be A Tourist In Your Own Hometown' along with my daughter. We cherished Miniature World. Such a feast for the eyes. What a lot of dreams and great stories were made from. Treat yourself 🎈
  • This is one of my families favorite places in the downtown core. We have been taking both our children there since they were very small, and they still enjoy it. I have literally been here probably around 50 times. I love kitsch and this fits right in. I like looking for all the miniature nudity in the displays because it makes me laugh to think about a little old lady painting the privates on the model. My favorite section is the circus, and my children love the newest King Arthur section.
  • Great place for kids and adults. The dioramas are impressive. Just took 5 middle schoolers there while up in Victoria for a field trip, and they loved it.
  • Great experience exploring different worlds and a bit of history. It was fun to observe details while matching the captions.