This locale enjoys Victoria’s mild climate and is only 10 minutes from downtown meaning many residents make cycling their primary mode of transport.
Cycle or walk the neighbourhood all year round, skirting down the ocean front on Dallas Rd, passing through Ross Bay Cemetery and meandering road after road of ornamental cherry treed streets.
A warm and friendly neighbouhood with an established and contented feel, Fairfield is a place where neighbours often bump into each other at The Plaza or in The Village.
A perennial favourite, The Beagle may just be the perfect neighbourhood pub. A popular meeting and eating place for friends, the Beagle is always a buzz and their friendly staff welcome you every time.
Fisherman’s Wharf is a hidden gem to much of the city but only a short stroll away for residents of James Bay. Hit this seaside retail parade to have a bite, shop a little or even jump on an eco-tour adventure.
Cook Street Activity Center
Open to people of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds, CSVAC is a friendly community center that welcome everyone. Stop in to pick up a copy of their monthly Happenings newsletter and find out about all their fun events and programs through the year.
Bubby Rose’s Bakery & Cafe
You’ll find this busy bakery and cafe in on Cook Street in Mosaic Village — a unique and quirky corner of downtown Victoria. Stop in for coffee and one of their award winning cinnamon or sticky buns.
The Art Gallery of Victoria
The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is committed to bringing art to life and providing the public with a wide range of experiences in the visual arts. The AGGV is home to one of the most comprehensive collections of Japanese art in Canada, historical collections featuring Canadian and international works, and exceptional contemporary art.
Friendly, authentic staff and really good pizza. The desserts are delicious and the coffee is always fresh and hot. Conngrats to the owners and staff for bringing a great attitude and great pizza to the Fairfield neighbourhood