Centennial Square

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Douglas St @ Pandora Ave

Centennial Square was built to mark the 100th anniversary of Victoria's incorporation. The plaza, located in the center of downtown Victoria, is home to City Hall, the police station and McPherson Playshouse. Musicians perform there on weekdays in the summer. Christmas lights and an ice skating rink help keep the square busy in the winter.

victoria centennial square fountain

Centennial Square Fountain (V09A0094)
Neighboring communities gave the fountain to Victoria in recognition of the city's 100th anniversary.

victoria centennial square totem poles

Two Brothers Spirit Poles (V09A095)
The two 18-foot Spirit Poles, titled Two Brothers, were designed and carved by Butch Dick and his sons Bradley and Clarence, and were inspired by traditional Salish house posts.

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