Hatley Park National Historic Site

2005 Sooke Road
Victoria, BC - V9B 5Y2

Type: Landmarks
(250) 391-2666

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Hatley Park National Historic Site, located in Colwood, near Victoria, British Columbia, is a captivating estate with a rich history and picturesque landscapes. Open to the public, this site was originally the residence of James Dunsmuir, a prominent industrialist and former Premier of British Columbia. The centerpiece is Hatley Castle, an Edwardian mansion with architectural splendor, surrounded by formal gardens and expansive grounds. Acquired by the Canadian government, Hatley Park became the Royal Roads Military College in 1940, training cadets until 1995. Today, it houses Royal Roads University. Visitors can explore the castle's opulent interiors, stroll through the stunning gardens, and learn about the estate's diverse history. Hatley Park National Historic Site stands as a blend of architectural beauty, and natural tranquility, and a living testament to the evolving roles this estate has played in British Columbia's history.

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