Visitors are invited to walk the docks in Victoria’s Inner Harbour, below Fairmont Empress, to explore the lighted vessels. (Facebook/GVHA)

Kick off the festive season with Victoria’s annual Marina Light Up

Explore the lighted vessels in Victoria’s Inner Harbour

Head down to Victoria’s Inner Harbour Nov. 30 to grab a cup of hot chocolate and get into the festive cheer at the annual Marina Light Up Kick-off.

The Greater Victoria Harbour Authority invites visitors to walk the docks in Victoria’s Inner Harbour, below Fairmont Empress, to explore the lighted vessels and celebrate the holiday season.

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Free hot chocolate will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

The event takes place Nov. 30 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.


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